Often, spiral staircases are installed simply as a way to combat the issue of limited space, since they typically take up less room than a straight set. Thanks to their curvaceous shape, they are also more suited to a more centralised position without causing an awkward break in a free-flowing layout. With that said, the spiral staircase designs that we’re looking at here are either big in impact or huge in their elegant modern stature. We’ll be taking a look at narrow wheels that explode with colour, style and innovation, some larger spirals and helical staircases that cut extraordinarily beautiful and sculptural silhouettes into their surroundings, plus a selection of colossal feats of magnificent engineering.

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Cream decor and a curvaceous staircase shape this tranquil interior design, visualised by Lulu Lee. The sweeping staircase design plays a major role in the character of a luxurious yet understated living space, alongside a cosy conversation pit and smooth architectural arches. Creamy concrete washes across walls, ceilings and floors to build a scheme that is solid and soothing. Concrete reverts back to its more industrial form in the compact courtyard design, where grey slabs climb a double height void. Natural stone brings luxe to the kitchen design, workspace and large bathrooms of the home, through a marble island, unique desk, designer bathtub and high-end double vanity units.

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