This section provides a sampling of interior stairs and railings, which are often center-pieces of the home.
The Pinebrook Hills Stair is composed of quarter-sawn oak and translucent resin panels for a light, almost ethereal simplicity.
The Helical Stair has no vertical supports between the landings is a completely novel concept. The effect as one looks up or down the stairwell is a spiral continuity.
In the Craftsmanlike Stair, the horizontal balusters extend the horizontal lines of the treads and plaster reveals and combine with the vertical balusters to create a repeating square, a modern interpretation of a Craftsman motif.
The Italianate Stair baluster pattern is based on the repeating Gothic pointed arch, but the shape is an ellipse, rather than an arc. It allows the shapes to slide next to each other to accommodate the same continuous geometry for each of the four different slopes.