While I have no use for these all terrain stairs right now they just strike me as somethingĀ that may be good to keep track of for future use.

The Hewitt All-Terrain Staircase is the perfect solution for areas where a permanent staircase installation would be too difficult or costly. The system’s unique design allows it to be adjusted to almost any terrain or slope. Customization is easy with several lengths of modular stair, landing and rail units available. No permanent and costly footings are required. Simply use the optional landing pads, or pound the support poles directly into the ground. The lightweight, corrosion resistant aluminum construction makes set-up and take-down a breeze.

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Stairs

April 17, 2008

Speaking of stairs…

I’d still prefer the storage stairs if I was building a house (just for the practicality of it), but these are a close second.

LocatedĀ in the Plus House which is a pre-fab two-storey house by Swedish architects Claesson Koivisto Rune.

I actually thought I had already posted about an alternating tread staircase and when I found this new spin on it that included storage, I realized I hadn’t. So here is the orginal alternating tread staircase that I saw…

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and here is the latest one I just saw that incorporates storage. See how you’d probably only use these if you were short on space, adding some storage seems ideal.

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