Project: 3867 Wylam
Our brief was to design a staircase to open up the entrance area of a listed clock tower to form a more functional and useful access and replace the dated angular timber staircase.
Our solution was a slim, elegant and visually lightweight structure supporting oiled English Oak treads, finished with a glass balustrade and a hand carved oak handrail.
The structure itself is subtlety conventional in appearance for integration into the existing style and period of the property but the glass balustrade maximises light transfer from first floor down to ground floor imparting an illusion of greater space.
For more info see project 3867 in our gallery.