A contemporary bespoke cantilevered staircase for the 5th floor of converted Victorian building in central Soho.
Faithful to the style favoured by Victorians, the old hospital building had unusually high ceilings, dictating that flights of the staircases were much higher than the normal domestic installations, with the added complication of unsound party walls.
Our solution was an oak open rise cantilevered staircase, that appears to extend unsupported from a plastered wall. We proposed a full half landing maximising the flow of light from the window.
As with most of our designs, it’s the detail that makes the difference, and in this instance bespoke grit blasted tread fixings were used to pay homage to the buildings industrial heritage and provide a tangible but almost subconscious link with the exposed steel work in other areas of the apartment.
For the handrail we used a wide kidney shaped profile made from solid oak and slotted onto the glass for a clean finish.
To obtain a guide price for your own staircase or balustrade based around this design, or using similar materials, please quote ref 3462.
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