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5 Select Ideas for Modern Indoor Stairs by Christian Siller

Siller Stairs is an Italian-based company producing unique contemporary stairway models from glass, stainless steel and wood. Its international trademarks are top quality and exclusiveness. Designer Christian Siller is the founder of the firm and he is currently developing all the designs according to his customers’ needs. For today, we chose to showcase 18 exquisite staircases that define and “upgrade” the interior within which they are placed. Delivering “character and soul”, these designs were custom made and achieved after a few serious planning sessions held between the company and the clients. Some of the stairs are transparent and seem to hover over the floors, enhancing the feeling of space. Modern and diverse, these charming models manage to deliver simplicity in its most elegant form.

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