Stacked Spiral Staircase, Yorkshire

Our clients asked for a spiral staircase that was both fun and quirky, and used materials that visually linked their Scandinavian style kitchen with the more rustic, entertainment/gym space in the basement.

The two primary materials used in the design are Ash and forged steel, creating a contrasting partnership highlighting the beauty of each.

Our stacked spiral design effectively hides the visible central column that typifies a spiral. The hidden column supports the treads and allows the full effect of the stacked structure to be realised, accentuating the stepped core.

The block treads are from solid Ash planks with an Arctic finish created by a custom blend of oils. Treads terminate in a generous feature plinth as the stair reaches basement level.

The matching handrail is an extra-wide oval profile, both for look and feel, and sweeps continuously around the landing before spiralling down the staircase.

Uprights and tread nosing protectors are forged steel with a custom coppered finish, created to match the light fittings in the property. All metalwork was handcrafted in house by Bisca’s blacksmiths.

Our partners in this project were Croft Farm Construction with Shaw and Jagger Architects of Harrogate.

For more information on this stacked spiral staircase or any other staircase in our gallery, please contact our sales team.

STOP PRESS: Oct 2020 – this staircase has reached the finals of Build It Awards 2020. Update to follow end November.

Project ID: 7386