This staircase may seem very common and simple at first. But this modern texture is very tactfully designed to match the interior of a house made in the Victorian era. Set at the corner with narrow steps, provides enough free space for the dining hall. The transparent glass panels and separately built wooden steps keep the staircase bright, by allowing sufficient light to pass through. Architect John O’Connor from Basis Design Build has incorporated this modern staircase with the old heritage house at Toronto. The exterior of the house is a long narrow structure with ancient designs. John’s staircase doesn’t violate at any point, the tradition and essence of the past masters of that forgotten era.