From early drawings through final construction, our vision is to unite innovation and functionality in distinct staircase designs


Risa Meyer is rooted in the Norwegian architectural tradition, in which knowledge of materials is the basis for design. We select the highest-grade materials and from there we employ a design and engineering process refined by our ancestors over many generations.



Our experienced craftsmen rely on a combination of traditional hand work and advanced computer aided design and milling, to produce staircases that are beautiful, ergonomic, and very solid.


The designs of Risa Meyer combine traditional craftsmanship and modern manufacturing



Innovative use of wood makes the Risa staircase unique.

Each step is curved to increase foot area along the usually narrow centre of the stair.

Horizontal wooden profiles are stacked to create a vertical spiral, giving the staircase the sculptural character of fine architectural furniture.




The horizontal wooden profiles are stacked to create a vertical bridge, giving the staircase the unique sculptural character of architectural furniture. 



Clean lines and a blend of steel and wood makes the Ran staircase stand out.

Details in the staircase give the solid materials a precise and refined expression.

Steps are connected to the central column on site without the need for welding - ensuring quick, efficient installation and a polished result.

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Custom projects

We customize our designs to fit all locations.

Every new client provides a special opportunity to reinterpret the function and form of our staircases - and personalize them to your space and intended use.

Feel free to contact us with anyquestions about our designs.

Suspended staircase for apartment in Oslo

Suspended staircase for apartment in Oslo

Illustration by Link Arkitektur

Illustration by Link Arkitektur


Large scale

A large Risa staircase will be the centerpiece of the new public school in Horten, Norway.

This project represents our largest spiral staircase but also the largest spiral stair to be constructed in wood historically.

The project was completed this summer of 2019.

The Foursquare staircase

The Foursquare staircase

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We constantly innovate, with obsessive attention to detail. We seek a strong relationship - not compromise - between aesthetics and engineering. We seek new formulas for architecture and design that transcend current boundaries.



Each staircase gets its character from a combination of raw materials and extreme attention to details. Our wooden steps are made from a selection of hardwoods that meet the highest standards for sustainable forestry. Our handrails are made from custom laminated wood to give every staircase the right feel as well as safety for your use.




Oak is naturally strong and durable; the beautiful light color and prominent grain makes the material a focal point of any design.

Oak is an option in all of our staircases.



Ash is dense yet flexible. The detailing and flowing curves of this wood provides an elegant balance to other materials.

Ash is an option in all of our staircases, our handrails and other detailing.




Wood is a raw material that requires treatment to maintain its natural character through generations of use. 

We treat our wood with the finest hard wax oils, available in variations of tones. These fine natural oil treatments ensure that your Risa Meyer staircase remains beautiful with a minimum of care.



At Risa Meyer we are committed to create and develop original staircase designs that master generations of use.


The first version of the Risa staircase were developed in 2013 by Norwegian architect Tron Meyer, who founded the company Risa Meyer in 2014.


Tron received his first Master degree from The Oslo National Academy Of The Arts in 2007, in painting and sculpture. In 2012 he completed his second Master degree at The Oslo School of Architecture and Design.

Risa Meyer is a family-owned and operated company. Tron oversees design and production. Tron’s partner, Therese Meyer, manages the company finances and other aspects of the business. Therese also received her Master degree from The Oslo National Academy Of The Arts in 2007, in painting and sculpture.


Tron and Therese bring a unique perspective to their craft, constantly refining their design and innovating new ones



As each Risa Meyer project moves from initial draft through design, construction and final assambly, the skills and integrity of the designer and craftsmen take center stage. Every staircase incorporates dimensions and details tailored to the final architectural context.




We enjoy connecting with new clients all over the world, and working to find the best solution to each project. 

If you would like to know more about what we can offer, please contact us.



Visit us at:

Harald Hårfagresgate 3b, 3046 Drammen. Norway


phone: (+ 47) 41 16 13 32 

For press related inquiries, please contact us via:


Risa Meyer AS / 914 242 606