The u-shaped stairs, which look like treehouses, are the brainchild of New Jersey designer Daniel Litt.
The staircase, which has two tiers of stairs, can be installed in any home with the help of a foundation, but Litt says it is most helpful for those who live in the middle of a city.
“It’s not like a walk-up, but you can still go up the stairs,” Litt told MSNBC.
“You’re not looking down on your neighbors.
You can have them all walking through the front door and all the way down the back.
It’s not that it’s a little cramped.
It just doesn’t feel like it.”
The U-shape staircase, pictured, can easily be installed with a foundation.
When completed, it creates an ideal setting for sitting in.
“It’s a beautiful space for contemplation, and you’re right on top of all of your neighbors,” Litch said.
The treehouse staircase, the inspiration behind the staircase, can also be used in the garage, a living room or even a dining room.
“I wanted to create a staircase that can be used anywhere,” LITT said.
“I wanted a place that is a natural place to sit.
So the U is a beautiful place to be, and I’m not afraid to use it.
Read more about the treehouse stair at the New Jersey Design Awards website.”
You just need to find the right space.”
Read more about the treehouse stair at the New Jersey Design Awards website.