The renovation and rehabilitation of this residential building impressively shows a felicitous combination between architectural elements of the 1950s and the latest design trends. According to the floor plan of the stairwell the architect Dirk Hoga designed these ellipsoid and rounded folded stairs with balustrade stringers from the ground floor to the upper floor. The stairs leading to the basement however remained as an element of the original structure.
Like a customised piece of furniture these stylish steel stairs, constructed as folded stairs, comply with the existing structure of the building. Above all, it is the harmonious contrast between the natural wooden cover and the white lacquered steel stringers which mirrors the elegant residential style. In addition to the parapet-high balustrade stringers, serving as fall protection due to their height, the folded stairs structure also corresponds to the current architectural trends in staircase construction.