Super modern architect house in Italy: 2 types of floating stairs in minimalist style and more!
Elegant and modern, the house to which we will pay special attention today, makes us dream! Minimalist interior design, refined and warm design: this stunning home is located in Merano, Italy, and covers an area of 315m². Surrounded by picturesque and romantic landscapes, the house is in full harmony with the nature while offering an optimal relaxation to its owners. However, there is one element that stands out from the others and it is notably the floating staircase. So, before starting our tour through this incredible house, it should be noted that it houses four stairs in total: three exteriors and one interior. Let’s see them!
Exterior concrete floating staircase glorifying the immaculate design!
Named the “House T”, the house has a single floor, a cellar and a garage. Indeed, it is two buildings with different levels that are connected by a wooden floating staircase. Thus, the architects have been better able to adapt the house to the slope. The images we have prepared show that the construction is within nature and in full harmony with the surrounding landscape.
Above, one can enjoy a beautiful view of the immaculate white floating staircase that blends in perfectly with the white facade of the house. Yes, Maison T has a sleek exterior and interior design. The glazed facade offers residents unmatched comfort by allowing them to enjoy not only splendid views of the natural landscape but also natural light illuminating the different living spaces.
Providing access to the outdoor area, the white floating staircase in a minimalist style blends completely into the landscape while adding a sophisticated touch to the house. The latter is full of all kinds of contemporary elements showing the good taste of the owners. For example, it is essential to say a few words about super modern luminaires: downlights , design suspensions and integrated lighting.
Moreover, the white facade of the house is embellished by several captivating patterns that you can notice above. Indeed, they are leaves “cut” in the wall. Nice, is not it?
Another angle shows that this type of wall art creates a nice play of light and shade while contributing to the modern and cozy atmosphere. A concrete exterior staircase leads to the wooden entrance door that brings a touch of warmth to the facade.
A minimalist wooden floating staircase inside the House T
As already clarified, House T consists of two buildings at different levels, connected by a floating wooden staircase that you can see above. By adapting perfectly to the wooden floor, the staircase gives a minimalist touch to the space. Recessed ceiling spotlights are also an element not to be missed.
For your information, the floating staircase is an excellent way to give a modern and design touch to any type of interior. The space that is endowed with such a suspended staircase, is characterized by an unparalleled lightness. In addition, it is super easy to maintain and offers a wide range of materials: wood, concrete, stone etc. The floating staircase has many advantages especially in the aesthetic aspect. Super silent, it offers extreme longevity.
We go up on the ground floor to discover an open living space housing the minimalist white kitchen , the dining room and the welcoming living room. Bathed in natural light thanks to the sliding glass doors, the kitchen enjoys an extremely refined design that makes us dream!
During the night, an integrated lighting illuminates the open living area, allowing residents to enjoy an unmistakable romantic ambience. Symbols of sophisticated taste, the three design suspensions introduce an unparalleled aesthetic touch. Still, the furniture is simple but super stylish – the solid wood dining table warms the atmosphere while the white bookcase adds an elegant touch.
Let’s take a look at the bathroom glorifying minimalism. The wooden floor contrasts with the white decor to create a high-end atmosphere! The backlit round mirror and the designer washbasin are without a doubt the key parts of the bathroom.
* Project designed by: Monovolume Architecture + Design
* Photo credits: Andrea Zanchi