Imagining a DNA-Like Staircase in Your Home is a Reality

It is a rare phenomenon for anyone to think of a uniquely designed staircase. The norm is to have impeccable interior designs or general architecture of the home.

Architect Eisa Ghasemian from Iran has set a new trend by proving that one can have a well-designed staircase. She has been an architect for seven years with her work experiences to stretch back to student days.

She designed a beautiful and functional staircase inspired by fluidity and movement. The arches symbolize movement and the staircase is the connectivity inside the house. The minimal design resembles a DNA strand.

The strength of the structure is in the metalworks covered by wood. The wood gives off the appeal, while the inner metal structure maintains the form. The installation process could take a month with the help of skilled technicians and workers. Factory machinery will not be required.

Eisa has done projects in Turkey, Brazil, and Australia and dreams of building her self-designed house. She is enthusiastic about the fact that she can use her designs when building her home. She expressed the design of the staircase as one of her best experiences. Ander Alencar, a digital artist from Brazil, redid an image in the wood of a darker shade.

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Image credits: Eisa Ghasemian

Image credits: Eisa Ghasemian

Image credits: Eisa Ghasemian

Image credits: Ander Alencar

Image credits: Eisa Ghasemian

Image credits: Eisa Ghasemian

Image credits: Eisa Ghasemian

Image credits: Eisa Ghasemian

Image credits: Ander Alencar

Image credits: Ander Alencar

Image credits: Ander Alencar

Image credits: Ander Alencar

Image credits: Ander Alencar