A slim and chic contemporary staircase for a modern extension to an oak barn conversion.
A dilemma often faced by property renovators or those wishing to add an extension to an existing property - how do you join new with old and get it to look right?
Bisca designed, manufactured and installed a staircase, bridge and balustrade between the listed 500 year old barn and a new extension taking care with the design and position of bespoke interfaces between old and new. The staircase features lightweight painted steel stringers, plastered soffit, low iron glass balustrade and carved oak handrail.
The bridge is a continuation of the staircase so uses the same low iron glass and carved oak handrail. Other features in this property include a Bat Gallery and a Study Gallery of which more details can be found in the architectural section.
For enquiries about any of the features in this project, or to get a guide price for your own staircase, gallery or architectural feature, please quote reference 4291.
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