50 Unique Modern Staircase Design Ideas That Suit Any Home

There has been an evolution from traditional to Modern Staircase Design. A space that connects two levels, staircases were once a style statement with intricate ornamentation apart from functionality. Over a period of time, architects felt the need to eliminate unnecessary details and focus on “Less is More”. Staircases became functional elements, thus losing their inherent individuality. As a result, modern staircase design is beginning to embrace art and ornamentation, while there are functional staircases as well. Vibrant colors and abstract patterns are also becoming quite common recently. A glimpse into Modern Staircase Design will help one understand the years of experimentation that went into curating this diverse series. Here is the list of 50 Unique Modern Staircase Design Ideas That Suit Any Home

A Striking Crimson

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Designed by : Jyaamiti Architectural Studio

Location: Hsr Layout, Bangalore

Principal Architect : Ar. Ashray Gowda

Vivid Marble Incurve

Notion consists of two floors, the covered 2,000 Sq.ft diner & 1,200 sq ft of rooftop lounge. Restricting the existing guest entrance of the rooftop, and building a curved bold red staircase connects both floors.

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Designed by : ZAD Studio

Location: Jaipur

Principal Architect : Ar. Zaka Sanjari

Photograph Courtesy: Studio BluOra

Supportless Spiral Staircase

The circular staircase of exposed RCC is one of the first things you will notice when you enter this house. The passage with green Kota flooring and multi-colour Kota pattern enhances the beauty of this space.

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Designed by : K.N.Associates

Location : Vadodara, Gujarat

Principal Architects : Ar. Narendra Joshi & Ar. Pritesh Patel

Photograph Courtesy : Tejas Shah       

Folded Steel Staircase

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Architects: Dipen Gada and Associates

Location : Vadodara

Photographs: Tejas Shah Photography

Staircase Facing Window Wall

Contextually driven, House by the Lake uses local materials and ingenuity to source its inspiration from its picturesque surrounding. Its large volumetric design uses fenestrations that frame the serene view of the lake outside, giving way to an expansive experience. The textured river-washed kota stone decorates the minimal muted interiors, fabricating spaces that foster a series of much-awaited contemplation by its users. 

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Designed by : kaviar:collaborative

Location: Kamshet, Maharashtra

Principal Architects: Kasturi Wagh & Vineet Hingorani

Photograph Courtesy: Suryan // Dang

Paper-Thin and Opaque

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Designed by Minimalist Architecture & Design Studio

Location : Ludhiana, Punjab, India

Principal Architect Ar. Samridh Aneja

Photograph Courtesy : Purnesh Dev Nikhanj

Steel Tensions Against Brick


Designed by: ED+ Architecture

Principal Architect: Ammaar Chowdry & Mridula S Chowdry

Location: Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India

Photography: BRS Sreenag

Elliptical Balustrade

Past the staircase and the living room, we approach the dining area. This space comprises of a dining table that could host about 8 people, one side being chairs and other a distinctive bench-style seating with a sleek MS and veneer back support. The table being centrally supported with Composite white stone top.


Designed by: The Crossboundaries

Location: Vadodara, Gujarat, India

Principal Designer: Harsh Boghani

Photograph Courtesy: Ashish Chakroborty

A Gold Lining on Ivory

A home right in the middle of suburbs or Ahmedabad. A home for a family of two generations living together. The site is located in the suburbs of the city Ahmedabad. Away from hustling city, the site is surrounded by green pastures. The site itself is a home to 34 full grown palm trees on the North and Eastern side. As per our understanding of the clients’ requirements, we designed a functional, aesthetic and minimal home that embraces simplicity and grandeur.

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Designed by : Studio RISA

Location: Ahmedabad

Principal Architects: Ar. Sanchi Khandhar & Riya Patel

Photograph Courtesy: Wabi-Sabi Studios

Blue Timber Treads

The staircase positioned in the central double height area of the house is designed to create a space for itself in one’s mind. Its blue solid wood treads cantilevered against an exposed IPS wall keeps one held. These steps are supported by exposed cement finish folded beam on one side and hung on the other eliminating the requirement of a railing. The staircase in conjunction with the double height and the balcony framing the view next to it binds the whole house together.



Location: Vadodara, Gujarat, India

Principal Architect: Ar Urvi Shah

Photographer: Tejas Shah Photography

Fibreglass on Dead Wall

 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’.

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Designed by: era architect & associates

Location: Vadodara, Gujarat

Principal Architects: Aarti Patel & Jignesh PatelGayatri Patel & Brijesh Patel

Photograph Courtesy: Tejas Shah

Sunlit Timber Floats

The Courtyard House by Modo Designs exudes subtle luxury in the urbanized city of Ahmedabad. The site is a vast 45,000 Sq.ft. land in a plotting scheme on the outskirts of the city, where the brief was to design a 4-bedroom house with a living, study, and entertainment area. Also, the owner wanted an open house, hence, the conceptual layout started consisting of courtyards and semi-open verandah spaces.

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Designed by: Modo Designs

Location: Racharda, Outskirts of Ahmedabad

Principal Architect: Arpan Shah

Photograph Courtesy: Vinay Panjwani

A Blue-Gold Spiral

Planned with a minimal effect, a spiral staircase connects one to the upper level.

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Designed by: AUM Architects

Location: Mumbai, Maharashtra, India

Principal Architects: Manish Dikshit, Sonali Pandit & Nachiket Borawake

Photograph Courtesy: Prashant Bhat

Dripping Timber Effect

There are three double height areas in the house starting from the entrance and two staircases, with each space having a beautiful chandelier to add glamour and extra wow factor to the place.

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Designed by : Amsel Designs

Location : Panchkula, Haryana

Principal Architects : Sahil Suri & Priya Chaudhary

Photograph Courtesy : Manish Kumar

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 Architects: Ar. Bhargav Bhadaginchala & Bharath Kumar

Photograph Courtesy: Akhil Ponnuru

Bamboo Plants for Stairwell

The house is revealed through a series of floating stairs, staggered in flight to open onto transitional spaces on each level, providing opportunities for pause and chance encounters. The first floor consists of 2 bedrooms. The bedrooms with careful space planning have small space for sleeping with integrated walk-in wardrobes.


Designed by: i2a Architects Studio


Principal Architects: AR. MANURAJ C R

Photograph Courtesy: Running Studios

Stone-Brick Clad Staircase Wall

Intermediate steps and staircases have been designed with the “Ferrogami” method reducing overall weight on the main structure. The internal partitions have been done in lightweight wood or stone. The inner walls have been rendered with traditional lime stucco to bring seamlessness in the flow of activities inside the spaces enhancing the overall interior volume. On the other hand, the external walls celebrate the rawness of the original materials like brick and stone. The structure intends to intensively experiment with the versatility of the materials and was crafted on the site promoting the labour and enhancing their knowledge.


Designed by : PMA Madhushala

Location : Talegaon Dabhade, Puna

Principal Architect : Prasanna Morey 

Team Design Credits : Naresh Shivakoti ,Darshan ,Divya Jyoti,

Photography Courtesy: Hemant Patil

Smooth Opaque Spiral Railing

The highlight of the entire space is winding spiral staircase which is sure to catch the attention of anyone who walks into the home.


Designed by : StudioWhiteScape

Location : Bangalore

Principal Architect : Manjunath C N

Photograph Courtesy : PhxIndia

Timber-Metal Spiral Staircase

The Brix is a tropical restaurant located in the heart of District 2, the ex-pat neighborhood of Ho Chi Minh City. The highly dense and polluted megalopolis of Ho Chi Minh brought us the desire to create a small lush oasis where to take a break from the concrete jungle.

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Designed by: StudioDuo Architecture & Interior

Location: Vietnam

Lead Architect: Arturo Moreno, Sarah Jacquemond

Photography: Đỗ Sỹ

Yellow on Grey Cantilevers

The metal staircase connecting all the levels is a design piece in itself. The cantilevered steps keep one’s view unhindered hence not cutting the volume of the space where as the bright yellow colour added to the railing draws one’s attention to it. The organic nature of the cantilevered steps, the connector and the railing are homogeneous to the design concept.

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Architects: TRAANSPACE

Photographs:Tejas Shah Photography

Location: Vadodara

Greenery with Pastel Green

The interior spaces are further tied together by a double-height volume above the dining room and staircase, bringing in a sense of expanse to the central zone of the building. The stairs reflect a minimalistic approach deployed for the handrails using simple GI tubes painted green which contrasts the exposed tile roofing over the dining area. The space underneath the stairs is converted in to an internal courtyard, bringing in the landscape to the indoors as well.


Firm: i2a Architects Studio

Location: Thrissur, Kerala

Architects: i2a Architects Studio, Thrissur, Kerala

Photo Credits: Ar.Midhul K.M

Criss-cross Yellow Railing

The M.S.R railing of the staircase is designed in duco paint which stands out as peculiar and ceremonious. The interiors are minimal, neat and fuss-free.

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Designed by : Aakar Group of Consultancy

Location : Vishrambag, Sangli, Mumbai

Principal Architect : Ar. Milind M. Kulkarni

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LED For Treads And Ceiling

The zoning of the spaces and levels in the villa was done in such a way that the interconnection between the semi-private and private spaces and the levels were maintained through the landscape pockets provided on each floor. The levels in the structure increase as we go from northeast to southwest. This level of play in the villa represented the structure of a mountain, hence the name Himadri. These landscape pockets consisting of vegetation and seating also have MS structures adding the required mass without making the structure bulky.


Designed by : studio8055

Location : Secunderabad, Telangana

Principal Architect : Sharma Athreyasa

Photograph Courtesy : Ricken Desai

Glass Railing and Line Art

This 1650 sq.ft. rectilinear plot residence, surrounded by residential plots on three sides with west front street, is situated in a small town, Jetpur in Rajkot District. Thriving for business in textiles and trade in exports, this town has more of a growing settlement, setting the architects up with a unique challenge of creating an appealing and contemporary architecture that stands out entirely.

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Designed by: IKS Architects

Location: Rajkot, Gujarat

Principal Architects: Kushal Shah, Ishita Shah

Photograph Courtesy: Murtaza Gandhi

Brick Pattern Backdrop

The sleek stand-alone steel staircase, a signature design element of Joshi’s work, has been cladded in exposed brick to mark its importance in the hierarchy of spaces. According to the designer, the staircase cabin is much more than just a transitional space. He metaphorically treats this element as a mood board for the space giving it a definition of its own. In the penthouse, the staircase acts as a spine and has been treated with equal proportions of classy and quirky. The ambient lighting from the chic long hanging fixtures creates a majestic frame.


Architects: K.N.Associates.

Location: Vadodara, Gujarat , India.

Lead Architects: Narendra Joshi , Vivek Gandhi.

Photographs:  Tejas Shah

Timber-Nosed Concrete Steps

The brick connection is a house designed for a very simple, well-travelled couple wishing to settle in their homeland, a little away from the chaos of the city. Grounded close to nature, this couple wanted a vastu compliant house, which reflects this closeness to roots as well as their elegant personality. Very clear with their thoughts and requirements, they wanted their home to be coherent in terms of space utilization and energy efficiency. Located in the outskirts of Vadodara on a 7400 sqft plot, this house holds true to its promises.

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Designed By : TRAANSPACE

Location: Vadodara

Lead Architect: Urvi Shah

Photography By: Umang Shah

Santorini Tile Staircase

 The staircase tread is made out of readymade tread tiles and the risers are of printed tiles to pop in a little colour and the railing is made on-site from Teakwood and polished. All internal floorings and dado’s are tiles. A blue dummy window has been reused from and repainted.


FirmBetween Walls

Location: Pune

Designer: Natasha Shah

Photography courtesy:  Inclined Studio (Maulik Patel)

Raw Concrete Meets Brick

The 2400 sft EAST facing site located in Malleswaram – is one of the oldest parts of Bengaluru which is highly prestigious and surrounded by beautiful large trees. The initial site conditions contained a house in which the client spent most of his childhood and over many years and with the expansion of the family – it made sense to demolish the old house and allow the new architecture to be subtle yet merge into the old charm which allows the pure forms and spaces to become a backdrop for the family’s lifestyle.

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Architects: TechnoArchitecture

City: Bengaluru

Lead Architects: Rajesh Shivaram

Photographs: Shamanth P atil J

Brick, Timber, and Concrete

The minimalistic staircase in exposed concrete with wooden treads beautifully wraps around the floating courtyard leading one to the upper level while providing a view of the courtyard.

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Designed by: Traanspace

Location: Vadodara, Gujarat

Principal Architect: Urvi Shah

Photograph Courtesy: Vinay Panjwani

Beige-Pink Spiral Staircase

The project’s scope covers interiors design and accomplishment on a given rough building with brief background as follows : Total interior plain area premises: 4,675 square meters, Number of floor: 11 (including 01 lobby, 09 for working and 01 for complex utility), The building’s direction: North East with 03 open sides, The investor’s identity color: dark green.


Location: Vietnam

Designed by: Iplus Architecture

Principal Architect : Phuong Thao Dao

Photography Courtesy:  Hoang Le

Graphic Statement Railing

The living room has double height volume incorporating the prayer room with a staircase and bridge traversing the spatial void. This area forms the soul of the home bringing the family together.

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Architects: Cadence Architects

Location: Gauribindur, Karnataka

Photographs: Anand Jaju

Outdoor Concrete Steps

The project is an Advocate’s Office spread across two floors in a 3 storied mix use building. The initial challenges revolved around creating a visual relief in the tight space available and developing a design vocabulary that will redefine the way one looks at an advocates office and moreover considering the fact that most people come there under stress due to their legal issues.

Brick Jali Staircase Wall

The house is situated on a relatively small plot of 30×40 (1200 sft) in a dense but leafy neighbourhood of J.P. Nagar (a prominent locality in South Bangalore).



Location : J.P.Nagar, Bengaluru

Principal Architect : Ar. Kiran Hanumaiah

Photograph Courtesy: Ajay Devasia

Bright Colour Washed Staircase

White Rivers media our client is a digital marketing company who moved into a 15,000 sqft office space and wanted us to come on board for their office design keeping in mind their fun working culture. They wanted the space to be young, vibrant, welcoming to people, making everyone feel comfortable at the same time functional for maximum work efficiency.

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Designed by: Kovet Design & Co.

Location: Mumbai

Designers: Nikita Dhoble & Meghna Kakar

Photography: Pulkit Sehgal

Minimal Staircase Wall Art

An interesting book, an engaging thought, a flight of fantasy or nothingness… A private sanctuary that is the garden at Skewed House. Solitude in the midst of golden-hearted Champa blossoms; unwinding to the tune of the wind chime.

Ornate Staircase on Floor Art

The ornate staircase leading up to the first floor was retained and rejuvenated by subtle change in polish. The stairs open onto an informal lounge, with sweeping curved walls clad in walnut veneer panels, backlit by warm cove lights.


Designed by : Studio Bipolar

Location: Aligarh, UP

Principal Architects: Ar. Ujjwal Ssagar Ar. Sanjana Mathur

Photograph Courtesy: Niveditaa Gupta

Vivid Polygon Railing

Staircase design element turns as light well feature for the entire ground floor plate. The accessible space under the stairs connecting around turns out to be a small indoor play area for the kids of the house. Users can experience a cozy me time space.  


Designed by: Manoj Patel Design Studio

Location: Vadodara; Gujarat, India.

Photography Courtesy: Darshan Dave

Contemporary Raw Carved

The entire staircase nests on this italian clad step giving it a distinguished importance. The depth of the angular side of the steps is beautified due to the mirror being placed at the strategic location enhancing the angles clad in slim matt finished tiles. 


Designed byFSND

Location:  Mumbai

Principal Architect: Rajesh Kathe & Sohil Valia

Photograph Courtesy: Studio SP Photography

Staircase in a Lightwell

The skylight above the staircase allows natural light to the space.

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Designed by: Nirman Solutions

Location: Banswara, Rajasthan

Principal ArchitectsManoj Jain & Amisha Jain

Photograph Courtesy: Abhishek Shah

Pipework and Glass Railing

 “The Sun does not realise how wonderful it is until after a room is made”- by Louis Khan.  Internal stairs connected between the two floors enables visual transparency to the members and encourages family interaction. The skylight above the staircase brings light into the double-height space effortlessly. 


Designed by: J+AM STOREY

Location: New Delhi

Principal Architect: Jaanshi Bhatia & Amit Bhatia

Photograph Courtesy: Bharat Aggarwal 

Blending Concrete and Timber Treads

KAARYASHALA,A Workspace For An Architecture Firm Blended With Studio-Oriented Environment And A Homely Feeling. The vision behind the design and making of the new workspace was to bring the ideology of sustainable design practice and the two-decade-long journey in the form of a physical manifestation. It was envisioned to have a soulful process from the selection of site and context, space organization, construction material and methodology, and artwork.

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Designed by: AANGAN Architects

Location: Surat, Gujarat

Principal Architects: Vishal Shah & Vishal Desai

Photograph Courtesy: Pratikruti09

Triangular Void Utilisation

The shape of the plot itself was a challenging part but peculiar angles doused in rich and sophisticated materials define this residence. Next comes the requirements of the client which were way simpler then the plot construction. The brief was to get access to light and ventilation as it was clocked between buildings and to amalgamate vastu.

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Designed by: S Mevada Architects

Location: Dahod

Principal Architect : Ar. Jiken Mevada

Photograph Courtesy: Inclined Studio

Stairwell Surrounded by Windows

The staircase is highlighted as one of the main features of the living room by giving it a very sleek look and using glass for railing, hence maintaining the visual connectivity towards the dining. The use of glass as partition between the rooms also maximised the natural light that the house had to offer.

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Designed By: Marigold Interiors

Location: Ahmedabad

Principal Architect: Kshama Parmar

Photograph Courtesy: Inclined Studio

Tinted Glass Art on Staircase Wall

“I have to thank Deepak Ambekar, structural engineer, for the technically-demanding staircase which slants upwards in front of the fixed glass window, without any support from the wall. Suspended from cables, it has a weightless appearance.” Adjacent to it, a 16-foot-tall suspended art installation brings colour to the space. “Created by Hemanshi Patwa, its lotus leaves are 18-24 inches in diameter and made of blown glass, with a metal structure for support,” says Joshi.


Location: Old Padra Road, Vadodara

Principal Architect: Narendra Joshi & Pritesh Patel

Photograph courtesy: Tejas Shah photography

Space Saving Staircase

“There’s wisdom in Natural Simplicity!” This adage proves right for this astounding abode in Vadodara which is simple yet significant in each frame. Ar. Mrugini Pandya, the Principal Architect and Founder of Robust Studio, has conjured up a house where colors take a backseat and the textures and patterns steal the spotlight.

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Designed by : Robust studio

Location : Vadodara, Gujarat

Principal Architect : Ar. Mrugini Pandya

Photograph Courtesy : Pixellus Photography

Under Staircase Study

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.

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Designed by: Atelier 226

Location: Canada Corner, Nashik

Principal Architects: Ar. Hitesh PanjwaniAr. Shubham Sisodiya & Ankit Malani

Photograph Courtesy: What We Click

Float-Solid Timber Staircase

Fabricated stair finished with natural wood and wooden handrail has been designed for this house.

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Designed by: Tvashta Architects & Interiors

Location: Ahmedabad, Gujarat

Principal Architects: Ar. Kandarp Shah & Niteesha Shah

Photograph Courtesy: Umang Shah & Ridham Gajjar

Classic and Grand Staircase

The grand staircase takes one to the second floor, the corridor for which is lined with circular balconies, enabling visual connectivity across floors.

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Designed by: Creative Architects and Interiors

Location: Chennai

Principal Architect : Ar. Varsha Jain

Photograph Courtesy: Sushmidha Jawahar

Organic Blue Spiral Staircase


Designed by : PMA Madhushala

Location : Talegaon Dabhade, Puna

Principal Architect : Prasanna Morey 

Team Design Credits : Naresh Shivakoti ,Darshan ,Divya Jyoti,

Photography Courtesy: Hemant Patil

Engraved Art On Concrete Separator

The staircase is cast in concrete and black kadappa stone is layered just on treads with an offset on sides to show their profile as a design element. The handrail is custom-designed, clear glass framed with MS box in matte black powder coating. No trace of wall light is seen through the staircase area as a linear light inserted in a wooden round bar, 9 inches above the staircase runs parallelly. This upside throw light enhances the consistent vertical grooves adding up to the heights.

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Designed By: The Crossboundaries

Location: Vadodara, Gujarat

Principal Architect: Harsh Boghani

Photography Credits: Umang Shah

Modern Staircase Design is a reflection of individuality and unique perspectives on how to connect two spaces. Although functional staircases came into being to cut costs, there are countless ways to create a beautiful modern staircase design that is budget-friendly and less ornamental. The revival of classical style should be sustainable and not follow the same techniques and materials. The use of recycled materials can add a classical touch without unnecessary expenditure. It is also worth noting that the categorization of Modern Staircase Design is not in chronological order of their expertise. It is a potpourri of beautiful design that explores new ideas that can inspire upcoming homes. Do you feel that there has been a loss of importance for structural staircases in recent times?

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