Railing Design is a crucial element for staircases and balconies. Apart from being a structural support, it is an aesthetic backdrop and has great scope for experimentation. Depending on the theme, the Railing Design can either blend in or stand out. It can be an artistic piece that catches one’s eye, setting the character of the entire design. It could also be a plain element that acts as a contrast to a maximalist backdrop. Railing Design can be traditional or modern, as per the theme. Textures and colours play a major role in creating an aesthetic Railing Design that complements the staircase or balcony. Let us look at a few Elegant Railing Design ideas that could inspire your new home.
Classical Metal Railing
In addition to being practical, the jali is also artistically lovely and produces stunning and intricate patterns of light and shadow on the surrounding surfaces, particularly the wall of the staircase. In a distinctive manner, it serves as a barrier between the staircase and the seating area.
Designed by: architecture aNew
Principal Architect : Ar. Amrit Panwar & Ar. Satish Panwar
Photograph Courtesy : architecture aNew
Simple and Minimalistic
The Resort is located in the hill station of Panchalimedu in the Idukki district, with close proximity to the historically significant pond in which Panchali is believed to have bathed. The design had to overcome the challenges of steep terrains, budget constraints, and local climactic characteristics of strong winds & rainfalls.
Designed by: Srijit Srinivas Architects
Location: Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala
Principal Architect : Srijit Srinivas
Photograph Courtesy : Justin Sebastian Photography
Timber Curved Railing
The two cantilevered curved bridges in the central area are major architectural and sculptural elements of the house. These internal bridges lend a monumental air to the interiors, giving it the sheen of grandeur and also serving as the primary circulation routes on the first and second floors.
Designed by: Charged Voids
Principal Architect : AMAN AGGARWAL
Photograph Courtesy : PURNESH DEV NIKHANJ
Undulating White Frames
The interior design uses deep, rich tones of wooden finish floor throughout the house. These are complemented by an elegant backdrop of white walls and open, full-length glass windows, with natural lighting being the main feature. The colour palette is conceptualised as earthy and subtle, leaving room for the homeowners to express themselves within the space.
Designed by: team3
Location: New Rajender Nagar, New Delhi
Principal Architect : Vijay Dahiya & Shubhra Dahiya
Photograph Courtesy : Studio Noughts & Crosses
Interweaving Curve and Linear
Keeping in mind the love of Warli art we have to incorporate Warli paintings in various places like a wall of servant quarters as well as a parapet wall near a terrace garden.
Designed by: R design
Location: Surat, Gujarat
Principal Architect : Arvind Mistry
Photograph Courtesy : Ravi Mistry
Iron Arch Railing
The sense of openness escalates as one steps out onto the large terrace with its beautiful plants, ornate railings, and modest flooring, ideal for enjoying a cozy cup of tea with the setting sun in the evening. This residence that screams of soft rustic architecture dramatizes the materials beyond its currently perceived abilities.
Designed by: Studio Mohenjodaro
Principal Architect : Tarunpreet Singh Bhatia
Photograph Courtesy : Purnesh Dev Photography
Classical Balustrade Railing
Secondly is the patio space with a whole lot of activity, the double height space with a globe lights really brings out the beauty of the interior in various ways. The mouldings on the wall and all the furniture including the staircase railing is Duco finished. since the design was in a neutral tone, we used neutral Duco finish on almost all the elements .
Designed by: Dematrix
Location: Kasargod, Kerala
Principal Architect : Ar. Fairooz aman & Ar. Vineeth k
Photograph Courtesy : Turtle Arts
Polygonal Pattern Railing
The client appealed to craft a 3 BHK bungalow located in Sangli with plot dimensions of 30′ X 95′. The rectangular narrow shape of the plot was a bit herculean part in terms of designing the elevations, while the requirements of the client were very modest. The owner was a migrant couple from Mumbai who intended to escape the chaos and cared about the quality of life in harmony with the surrounding. Thus the abstract was to get access to light and ventilation coupled along, interaction with the nature as it was clocked between buildings. The House Of Triangles exudes a unique character through it’s earthy tones.
Designed by: Aakar Group of Consultancy
Location: Vishrambag, Sangli, Mumbai
Principal Architect : Ar. Milind M. Kulkarni
Photograph Courtesy : clickophilets.studio
Eclectic and Minimalistic
Designed by Praneet Bubber of Studios PMB, this 3600 sqft home is a seamless blend of traditional Indian crafts, and a decadent, bold color palette.
The blend of eclectic ideas has led to the transformation of this home into a heritage maximalist haven, boasting a strong personality of its own.
Designed by: Studios PMB
Location: Amritsar, Punjab
Principal Designer : Praneet Bubber
Photograph Courtesy : The Lensman
Intricate Timber Carved Railing
Intrinsic details and the sophistication of modern living camouflaged in traditional Settings adds to the uniqueness.Each living space is wrapped around a central courtyard which in turn is connected with long collonaded corridors thereby offering you ample privacy.
Designed by: JJ Associates
Principal Architect : Jaichand Jain & Rohit.R. Lunawath
Timber Bead Balustrade
An open tiple height volume located in the central core forms a courtyard dining space that flows intuitively into adjoining living and kitchen spaces. Large windows and skylight in the central courtyard fill the space with ample daylight, making it a pleasant experience across all floors.
Designed by: FORM Design Studio
Location: Indore, Madhya Pradesh
Principal Architect : Nikhil Marmat, Mustafa Topiwala, Murtaza Topiwala
Photograph Courtesy : Avesh Gaur
Striking Red Metal
The bungalow built on a 45 feet × 70 feet property in Sangli consists of a ground floor that houses the office of the architect, and two residential floors above it. Keeping in mind the site dimensions and hot and dry climatic conditions of the region, the house is designed on a rectangular grid with internal as well as external landscape patches.
Designed by: Aakar Group of Consultancy
Location: Sangli, Maharashtra
Principal Architect : Milind Kulkarni, Mrudul Kulkarni
Photograph Courtesy : Clickophilets.Studio
Railing on the Stair Side
The theme of the house is working on the blend of the rustic and contemporary form of design yet striking a balance. For the basic material pallet of the exterior we stuck to rustic and earthy palette material such as exposed brick, steel, grey granite and yellow Jaisalmer, while the interior had a contemporary pallet of wood, brass and the Italian marble which captures the essence of elegant and grandeur.
Designed by: Hundreddesigns
Principal Architect : Mallika Dhabuwala , Abhishek Dhabuwala
Photograph Courtesy : Noaidwin Sttudio
Wrought Iron Railing
Designed for a family who are well travelled and take great pride in their adventures, “The Wanderlust Villa” captures the clients’ adventurous spirit through insightful interior design & architecture. Be it an Irish bar, a Moroccan riad, or even a 60’s style home theatre, Studio Bipolar tried to stay true to the look without any compromises.
Designed by: Studio Bipolar
Location: Aligarh, UP
Principal Architect : Ar. Ujjwal Ssagar & Ar. Sanjana Mathur
Photograph Courtesy : Niveditaa Gupta
Wall Adjacent Railing
Inside, the courtyard there is a pooja room flanked by a water body, on both sides. And plantation is on the left. A staircase in the courtyard connects the spaces linearly. The folded plate staircase is crafted sculpturally. The central core is a well-lit, double-height space covered with a metal perforated screen at the top which casts beautiful shadows throughout the day on the adjacent walls, creating dramatic shadow play all day. Throughout the day, the family has the pleasure of tracing shadows traveling from east to west within the walls of their home.
Designed by: 4th Axis Design Studio
Location: Nanded, Maharashtra
Principal Architect : Sagar Mundada & Amit Kasliwal
Photograph Courtesy : Hemant A Patil
Minimalist Ellipse Railing
“Commercial settings are great to design because they give more freedom to be creative. Such places are meant for people hailing from different backgrounds and so they’re great for showing what an incredible workplace can look like,” says Sumit. He further adds, “An office should be an expression of people working there. It should be realistic and professional yet astonishing.” I Designs helps the client create a pragmatic dream space that leaves a mark on the patrons as soon as they step in.
Designed by: I Designs
Location: Raipur, Chattisgarh
Principal Architect : Sumit Bhamra & Nitin Singh Thakur
Yellow GI Pipe Supports
The project involved building over a two-decade old existing load bearing structure. With economical budget we ensured minimal changes to the main building, that resulted in building over the existing walls mimicking the size of spaces as below. This resulted in slightly less flexibility. The spaces then were strategically zoned out to receive maximum ventilation by their positioning and size of openings and the movement between the spaces was designed to be seamless.
Designed by: Bhadaginchala Design Architects (BDA)
Location: Ballari, Karnataka, India
Principal Architect : Ar. Bhargav Bhadaginchala & Bharath Kumar
Photograph Courtesy : Akhil Ponnuru
Pastel and Yellow
Colors express celebrations of life. Located in a semi urban area of Vadodara, this plot space of 1600 squaree-feet-space has two sides open with one side adjoining to the neighbourhood. Using simpler geometric forms, robust massing has been evolved in subtle, striking the surfaces with detail patterns and textures. Interiors of the dwelling features use of light coral pink walls and a complimenting shade of yellow inspired by concept of surprising color graphics.
Designed by: Manoj Patel Design Studio
Location: Vadodara; Gujarat, India
Principal Architect : Ar. Manoj Patel, Aishwarya Gupte, Sonu, Purna, Darshan
Photograph Courtesy : Darshan Dave
Royal Golden Lining
The house intersects with greens at different levels. The stairs in the side elevation, that connects to the stilt floor to basement is a vertical green belt adjoining the basement. The most striking feature is the green wall framing the living area. It opens the room on both sides to green courtyard. The green courtyard walls are made in Glass reinforced concrete yet gives the appeal of a stone wall.
Designed by: 42MM Architecture
Location: Maharani Bagh, New Delhi
Principal Architect : Rudraksh Charan & Priyanka Khanna
Photograph Courtesy : Atul Pratap Chauhan
Glass and Gold
The interiors follow the order of the classical style while choice of colours infusion of texture and patterns add a modern twist to it. floors features the vertical garden. The spatial quality that we achieve in the process represent our signature style.
Ridged Timber Railing
A 3BHK bungalow interior design with a modern style and traditional elements by the “Sunrise Group”. Starting from entrance, we get parking space here. Entrance door is designed using combination of rattan cane mesh and transparent glass which blocks inside vision from outside as well as gives partial view of outside from inner foyer.
Designed by: SUNRISE GROUP
Location: Thakkar Faliya, Dahod
Principal Designer : Suhail Badshah
Photograph Courtesy : Pixel Scape Studio
Closely Positioned Thin Rails
House of Noufal is in Kannur, a northern district in Kerala India. Kerala features a wet maritime climate and experiences heavy rains during the summer monsoon season and hot days in the summer.
Designed by: 3dor Concepts
Location: PAZHAYANGADI, INDIA
Principal Architect : Ahmad Thaneem Abdul Majeed, Muhammed Jiyad & Muhammed Naseem
Photograph Courtesy : Syam Sreesylam
The client’s vision of Quasi-Traditional Modern Architecture is concluded to satiate their expectations and warm their hearts. A variety of Indian elements have been incorporated such as the use of Indian arch, solid wood battens in the form of Indian sliding folding doors and partition, ornamented Indian Jail pattern with Matka, to give the extract of traditional designing while using a subtle and neutral color palette which keeps the sophistication intact.
Designed by: 23DC Architects
Principal Architect : Shiv dada, Mohit Chawla
Photograph Courtesy : Purnesh Dev Nikhanj
Simple Railing Design
Lighting of the entire home was accentuated with lamps and pendants of geometric shapes made of stained glass with a tinge of wood. Hanging decorative mirrors with deeply carved wooden framework and onion dome shaped frames for the mirrors in the restrooms added to the interior value of the home.
Designed by: Mistry Architects
Principal Architect : Ar. Sharukh Mistry
Photograph Courtesy : Umang Shah Photography
Spiral Timber Railing
Planning of the house is done in such a way that all the spaces are well connected to each other, in which the public rooms surround the central Courtyard. And the Private rooms are placed on the upper floors. The transparency among internal spaces, the multiple terraces, and the central courtyard help one enjoy the pleasant city weather.
Designed by: SPAN Architects
Location: Indore, Madhya pradesh
Principal Architect : Anand Maroo, Pratik Gupta, Arpit Khandelwal
Photograph Courtesy : Vivek Samaiya & Dhawal Bumb
The annex in the north connects the service zone of the house at the ground level and includes laundry, domestic help’s dwelling unit, and a covered backup area. The wet areas are located at the western extremes to allow drying naturally by the afternoon sun.
Designed by: Conarch Architects
Location: Rajnagar, Ghaziabad, UP
Principal Architect : S.K. Goel
Photograph Courtesy : Nivedita Gupta
Wall Height Baluster
The house was presented like a blank canvas which led us to follow our first idea that popped up on our very first site visit, thereby becoming the brief itself. The “Existing structure and the new inserts”, to expand the dimensions of the spaces exponentially by bringing in new volumes, plenty of natural light and connectivity.
Designed by: Flyyingseeds studio
Location: Agra, India
Principal Architect : Abhinav Chaudhary, Harish Chauhan, Velyne Katharpi, Kakoli Bhattacharya
Photograph Courtesy : Irfan Anzoom
Timber Ply Railing
These sit quietly into the structure transforming the typology of the space sections. Our concerns revolved around climatic factors, optimized orientation of spaces, strategic connections, introducing ample daylight and creating free flowing large informal spaces.
Brown Beige and White
Nazar Mansion is a residential apartment, located on Kamal Esmaeil Street, near the Zayandeh-Rud river in Isfahan. One of the most important features of this project site is having a view of the river. A factor that had an effective role in its design. This four-floor building includes a basement (-2.10m), ground floor (+0.80m), and the first and second floors with a total infrastructure area of 1200 square meters. The project structure is of the concrete structure and the cooling-heating system is of the central engine room, chiller, and fan-coil.
Designed by: MIAN OFFICE architectural design & research
Location: Isfahan, Iran
Principal Architect : Abouzar Salehi, Mahshid Karimi
Photograph Courtesy : Farshid Nasrabadi
Yellow Handrail on CSEB
This step effectively cut cost, energy, construction miles and added to the core philosophy. Compressed Stabilized Earth Blocks made locally and rammed earth walls keeps the project contextually relevant and the house easy to maintain.
Designed by: betweenlines
Principal Architect : Deepa Suriyaprakash & Guru Prasanna. C
Photograph Courtesy : Raji Sunderkrishnan
Black SS Railing
Located in Saligramam, Chennai, this home with earthy interiors is carefully crafted & envisioned to give a serene escapade brimming with earthy luxuriance for a family of 5, despite being situated amidst the dense urban concrete jungle. With roads on both east & north sides, the 14 cents square plot is closely enveloped by residential & commercial spaces.
Designed by: Deearth Architects
Principal Architect : Ar Nishan.M, Ar. Vivek P.P
Photograph Courtesy : Tripleopixel
Floral Geometric Patterns
A natural vibe is evoked with earthy interiors in the courtyards by the random rubble cladding. A layer of porotherm bricks on the façade, significantly reduce the heat-intake of the structure. The kitchen opens out to a courtyard covered with jaali and glass, while the opposite side is left open to invite rain and sunshine. As a building mass, with its sloping roof and the carefully articulated structure enriched by the use of natural materials, the residence becomes a landmark among unremarkable concrete surroundings.
Designed by: Deearth Architects
The entire flooring of this house is adorned by one marble except the terrace which uses anti-skid exterior tiles laid with an interesting grout pattern.The edge of the terrace has laser cut in stainless steel made with perforation so that the water seeps in through it and hence the maintenance becomes easier.The terrace adjoining the living area brings in generous amount of light that floods the entire space. A jhoola placed here creates an extension of the indoors to the outside and vice versa.
Designed by: HS Desiigns
Principal Architect : MR. Hitesh Shahanand
Photograph Courtesy : Photographix Sebasian +Ira
Brick Facade Backing Simple Railing
Taking cues from the client’s desire for an abode of relaxation, and a love for gardens, trees, and pets, the spaces are planned to look inwards to a green open-to-sky courtyard that runs deep inside the house. The spaces flow between one another, exuding a sense of openness while retaining their functionality.
Designed by: Sifti Design Studio
Principal Architect : Harmanpreet Singh, Jagbir Singh & Priyadarshini Nanda
Photograph Courtesy : Suryan // Dang
Sharp Red Railing
A break just needs a peek into the shaded, comfortable scale of the various greens that surround the studio. Seasonally, these greens alter like a story-bringing the vividness of summer, color of spring, reform of autumn and pockets of rain. Like our ideas, these spaces remain dynamic and reflect the change of seasons.
Designed by: Jyaamiti Architectural Studio
Location: Hsr Layout, Bengalore
Principal Architect : Ar. Ashray Gowda
Timber-Steel Railing Combination
Bringing neutral colors, minimal decor, and clean lines into your home interior is the key to a modern design. The Family Space in MadhuVilla is designed to achieve this goal. Centered around comfort and entertainment, this family seating is ideal for families who like to bond over movies and games.
Designed by: K.N.Associates
Location: Vadodara, Gujarat
Principal Architect : Ar. Narendra Joshi & Ar. Pritesh Patel
Photograph Courtesy : Tejas Shah
Pure Glass Barrier
Being an architectural design project, the site and its context proved to be the major source of inspiration for ‘House by the Lake’. Recalling our very first site visit, we remember being entranced by the lake and the spectacle of nature in front of us, a vessel to view and re-unite with nature. This lake-touch parcel of land surrounded by lush greenery on three sides demanded the building of a series of ‘viewing galleries’ entrapped within the notion of a second home rather than the usual ‘off the mill’ bungalow – a captivating house with enchanting views of the lake and hills beyond.
Designed by: kaviar:collaborative
Location: Kamshet, Maharashtra
Principal Architect : Kasturi Wagh & Vineet Hingorani
Elliptical Steel Railing
The entrance foyer opens up in the living room, which is an exemplary example of contemporary design. Predominant use of elliptical form is easily identical. The custom designed handrail with MS oval pipe and MS stud makes an impeccable impact on the overall feel of the space. The central elliptical painting is a buffed glass printing of an image is complemented with the subtle grooving gives the space a distinct identity.
Designed by: The Crossboundaries
Location: Vadodara, Gujarat, India
Principal Architect : Harsh Boghani
Photograph Courtesy : Ashish Chakroborty
Glass With Timber Handrails
In order to create a layer of meaning and context for our clients, we created a large dead wall into an art piece made from fiber which gives 3D effects to the wall which is the central feature of ‘ADARSH’.
Designed by: era architect & associates
Principal Architect : Aarti Patel & Jignesh Patel, Gayatri Patel & Brijesh Patel
Photograph Courtesy : Tejas Shah
Minimalist Timber Rails
Amsel Designs tried to incorporate the simplicity and warmth of the home owners in this residence along with their son’s choice for a modern design and tasteful, elegant interior elements for this luxurious abode. Working for this client was like a dream for every designer, they were open to the ideas and designs with giving only one simple brief of keeping open spaces, the main focus was to keep the space clutter free with clean designs and yet not make it ordinary.
Designed by: Amsel Designs
Location: Panchkula, Haryana
Principal Architect : Sahil Suri & Priya Chaudhary
Photograph Courtesy : Manish Kumar
Light Beige Rails
The client’s brief was simply stated with requirement of 5bhk house in such a tight plot. With the limitation of light source from just one side, this triggered to a desire to create an abode that flourished green with internal courtyard and double height volumes with striking patterns dancing on the walls throughout day.
Designed by: IKS Architects
Location: Rajkot, Gujarat
Principal Architect : Kushal Shah, Ishita Shah
Photograph Courtesy : Murtaza Gandhi
Railings for Arched Openings
Upon entering the villa, one is welcomed with a series of arches that lead you inside. Apart from the arches, the foyer holds a unique identity of its own, both aesthetically and functionally. The architect likes to call the foyer a symphony of patterns as it beholds a bold chequered marble pattern which is complemented by the presence of yellow Jaisalmer marble.
Designed by: De’Caves by Chitte Architects
Principal Architect : Parth Chitte & Vishal Chitte
Photograph Courtesy : Pixellus Photography
Matt Gold Railing
The design team acquired the project right in its construction phase so as to make the civil alterations at the very commencing stage according to the requirements. Located in the suburban area of the Vadodara city, maintaining the expression of free-flowing and openness was a key point in altering the array of spaces in the penthouse.
Location: Vadodara, Gujarat , India
Principal Architect : Narendra Joshi , Vivek Gandhi
Stone Carved Railings
The Upper level family lounge with stone pillars and balusters overlook the lower courtyard. A study space is carved into the family room on the upper floor with a partition fashioned with wood and chettinad patterned wall covering (on the left). A wooden ladder leads to an attic space above the study which works as a play area for the client’s twins.
Designed by: Vriksh
Location: Manipal, Karnataka
Principal Architect : Sonal Shetty Rao
Photograph Courtesy : Shamanth Patil
Small Balcony Railing
Atelier 226 is a firm established by three young dynamic designers in Nashik. It’s an end to end design solution. Atelier 226 have designed ‘The Nest , a tranquil abode immersed in nature with a modern outlook in interiors.
Designed by: Atelier 226
Location: Canada Corner, Nashik
Principal Architect : Ar. Hitesh Panjwani, Ar. Shubham Sisodiya & Ankit Malani
Photograph Courtesy : What We Click
Floating Glass Railing
If a building is compared to a box, its openings introduce outdoors to indoors bringing in greenness through biophilic design and natural light. This modernist residential building developed in a linear plot of 2600sq.ft. is sandwiched between two buildings where it shares a wall on its left. This leaves the other three sides to become a source of light.
Location: Vadodara, Gujarat
Principal Architect: Harsh Boghani
Photograph Courtesy : Umang Shah
Curved Glass Envelope
The concept was derived when the clients were clear that they not only wanted to maintain their own privacy, but also spend quality time together as a family. So various options were created after which we came up with the fluid balconies that were extended or punctured to create a very unique envelope for the structure. The edges were kept rounded in order to give an impression of how perfectly the family members are blended together as one, with love and unity.
Designed by: ESSTEAM
Principal Architect : Nikunj patel& Snehal Shah
Photograph Courtesy : Pratik Chandresa
Steel Mesh Railing
“Anh Coffee Roastery” is a relatively new brand in the coffee market in Vietnam, not yet defined by any design style. With the current site having a good location in the center of Saigon, a large façade width, and a deep setback of the existing architectural block, this will be an advantage for Red5 to come up with good ideas for the project this time.
Designed by: Red 5 Studio
Location: 200 Pasteur, District 3, Saigon, Vietnam
Principal Architect : Lai Chinh Truc
Photograph Courtesy : Đỗ Sỹ
Accent and feature elements such as a minimalist staircase design with stone treads and wooden baluster supported over metal rails. The perforated wooden doors of the Puja room inhabit the architectural expressions, distilled to capture the spiritual essence of the space.
Designed by: Darshan Group
Location: Ahmedabad, Gujarat
Principal Architect : Shailesh Desai, Darshan Desai & Kajal Desai
Photograph Courtesy : Inclined Studio
Timber Outlined Glass
“Every turn of a head should evoke a curiosity in the human mind. Architecture is creating spaces that speak to us.” -Two Architects. Hiravilla encapsulates the perfect blend of modernity and nature. Forested topography around the 1040 sq. yard site catalyzed the process of planning the landscape and walkways linking to the building. This modern villa strikes a balance between aesthetics and organic forms.
Designed by: Two Architects
Principal Architect : Ar. Nil Patel & Ar. Shweta Dave
Photograph Courtesy : Two Architects
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