Spaces with concrete stairs with landing, modern, with simple or sculptural designs. We will see more than 50 examples of cement stairs of different styles.
There are MANY TYPES of stairs, but for now we will be looking at only concrete stairs with landing. Fixed cement stairs, which are part of the structure of a construction, and therefore cannot move.
Concrete and Wood Staircase with Minimalist Style
A modern and minimalist concrete staircase solution, which combines concrete steps alternating them with wooden steps.
The following design is an example of flown concrete stairs, whose floating steps have been covered in wood.
It is a form widely used to make blasted concrete stairs, with an interior reinforcement of steel, hydraulic concrete and a wood finish.
There are different ways to build a staircase, with this system, having slight differences between them.
Concrete Stairs with Landing
Concrete stairs with landing, straight or in the shape of a “U”, are the most used in residential buildings , since they need less space to join and climb a new branch or section.
Cement Stairs for Small Houses
The next one is a modern concrete staircase that has been supported on a base in the form of steps.
This variant is usually used to prioritize the design or to make a differentiation of color or texture, between the stairs and the floor of the house.
In this case, it is rather the starting step of the staircase, even though it has the appearance of a landing.
Also mention that a reinforced concrete staircase assumes all the qualities of concrete, such as the ease of combining very well with other materials, such as steel, aluminum, wood or glass.
Interior view with a modern concrete staircase. A bit of improvisation is seen , by placing blocks on the edge of the second stair branch.
Minimalist Concrete Staircase, with Design for Small Spaces
Perhaps MINIMALIST STYLE houses are not for everyone, but they are always striking.
In this small house with a minimalist interior design, there is a concrete and wood staircase, of the “samba” type, which alternates its steps to save space and go up to the mezzanine of this unique loft.
A minimalist concrete straight staircase, designed by British architect John Pawson, for Paros House III.
Straight Cement Stairs
How much space is needed to Build a Concrete Staircase?
It depends on the type of stairs. For spiral staircases, a minimum area of 3 to 4 square meters is required (spiral staircases with a diameter of 180 to 200 cm).
In round-trip stairs, a total width of 170 cm is needed (80 cm wide on each branch plus the eye of the ladder, which would be 10 cm).
Images of Concrete Staircase with Landing
Models of Concrete Staircase with Garden
What Kind of Stairs is Cheaper?
Undoubtedly, the cheapest and most economical stairs are the stairs made of concrete .
This is due to the characteristics of concrete. Concrete is a strong, durable, and cheap material that requires little maintenance.
Concrete is a material that can take any shape and with a smooth appearance that makes it perfect for use in the design and construction of stairs.
In addition, concrete combines very well with other materials, such as wood, glass and steel.
Concrete Stairs with Landing for Interior
Concrete Stairs as Seats
The stairs are used to go up and down, allowing access to places that are on different levels.
Although they can also serve as a seating area inside the home or in open spaces. These images show an example of a concrete staircase covered in wood.
When you go to build, it is very important to have good stair plans WITH MEASUREMENTS. This will ensure a better quality of execution, especially when staking.
Concrete and Wood Stairs for Houses, Brutalist Style
Next we see an example of design of concrete stairs for houses, with a totally brutalist expression. The staircase corresponds to Casa ES, located in Argentina in Tigre, Barrio Privado.
The project corresponds to the FAARQ – Facundo Arana Architect studio.
Modern Concrete Stairs
Design of Concrete Stairs with U-shaped Landing
Another amazing solution for small spaces. This U-shaped design combines various materials in two stair flights.
We have concrete, wood and metal. The space under the stairs is also used to place a kind of bench with some plants.
Spiral Concrete Stairs
Among these concrete stairs we can find spiral or circular stairs, round-trip, one-flight stairs, U-shaped concrete stairs, among many others.
In the image below, we see a model of a modern staircase with concrete beams on each side, supporting concrete steps with wood veneer in their treads (this staircase does not have risers).
A modern and elegant spiral design.
Now we see a modern concrete staircase, with beams on both sides, a wooden start and metal steps.
The shape of this modern staircase, which is neither straight nor circular, tries to adapt to the available space. It seems that the height of the stairs does not have the necessary minimum.
Design of Cement Stairs, in Spiral Shape for Interiors
An interesting proposal, where the shape of the staircase and the circular glass curtain wall are combined.
This spiral staircase has the support beams and its steps completely made of concrete. The lamp that hangs from the ceiling could have had another design.
Circular concrete staircase with acrylic railings, which is located in a double-height space, being the main point of attraction, together with the work of art with human figures hanging from the ceiling.
The way to illuminate the steps of the stairs is subtle, without attracting a higher attention.
Circular Concrete Staircase
A semi-circular concrete staircase that needs railings, at least to one side. Aesthetics should not be above people’s safety.
Outdoor Concrete Spiral Stairs
A model of an outdoor concrete spiral staircase, with a sculptural design. The entire staircase, including the railings, are made of exposed cement.
Materials to Build a Concrete Staircase
Among the materials needed to build a concrete staircase, several can be mentioned.
Some of them are fundamental and essential, such as wooden slats, wooden boards, steel rods for reinforcement, nails and nails, tie wire, hydraulic concrete (stone, gravel, cement, sand, additives, water, etc.), string nylon, tape, among others.
There are other materials, second level of importance (not essential), such as paints, waterproofing, and others, that if you have the possibility of acquiring them, you will be able to carry out the work with much higher quality and comfort. The various work tools have not been included here.
Do you want to know how to CALCULATE THE AMOUNT OF MATERIALS of a staircase?
Concrete Stairs with Landing for Buildings
U-shaped concrete stairs. U-shaped stairs are the most used in residential buildings, as they need less space to join and climb a new branch or section.
This staircase with cantilevered steps could well be built of concrete, and covered with sheets of wood.
Skill and technical discipline are required to build a concrete staircase inside a home, a complex task, since multiple aspects must be taken into account and coordinated in the best way during the construction process.
Outdoor Concrete Stairs
To see many ideas of stairs FOR OUTDOORS, you can follow the link.
How to Build a Concrete Staircase (Step by Step)
HOW TO BUILD STEP BY STEP a concrete staircase for the interior of a house, is a complex task, since you have to make (most likely) foundations, formwork, place the REINFORCEMENT of the staircase , pour the concrete, complete the stairs with floats and heal it and remove the shuttering after a certain amount of time…
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