A solid footing on an upward spiral
EeStairs designed a sweeping staircase for the new headquarters of Dutch manufacturer Vreugdenhil.
The DNA staircase by EeStairs is a captivating design solution characterized by two intertwined helical steel tubes at the centre of the stair, reminiscent of Mother Nature’s remarkable DNA strand. The recent installation in beautiful home in Monaco is a beautiful example featuring laminated glass treads, glass balustrade and a polished stainless steel structure.
The DNA staircase is the brainchild of EeStairs’ Senior Designer Geoffrey Packer who was inspired by the interplay of two rising helical tubular elements. Geoff’s first DNA staircase founds its home in The Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation in Lisbon, Portugal where it was the centrepiece in an exhibition celebrating 200 years since the birth of Charles Darwin. The staircase was an elegant yet functional solution featuring a slide for children and designed for disassembly, as the exhibition would tour Europe.
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