29 Oct 2020
Our latest feat of design is this amazing, light staircase which uses a single piece of structural glass as the support for the treads.
The white mild steel stringer disappears against the white painted walls, leaving the treads to extend and be supported by the large structural glass panel on the end. This panel rests on the floor and extends up to form the balustrade to the staircase.
The treads, separated by a full glass riser, are stained oak, designed to be as thin as possible and colour matched to the parquet floor.
LED strips are fitted into the leading edge of the treads and also into the nosing at upper floor level.
First floor glass guardrail continues around the opening, with an elegant satin polished stainless steel fascia completing the look.