Our clients commissioned Bisca to design a sandstone staircase to connect their pool house and new first floor gym.
Situated in a Yorkshire spa town, the property is built of Yorkshire sandstone. Therefore, the obvious choice for material was sandstone treads. These have the effect of linking the exterior and interior.
Our designers took into consideration the chlorine environment and specified marine grade stainless steel. Laminated, structural glass panels and feature steel pins support open sandstone treads. Depending on their position on the stair, treads are either supported by glass or the wall. The stone used matched the floor and Romanesque style of the spa pool.
We designed the bottom two treads to flare out into the room to give better access to the staircase. The space and position of doors in the room made this a challenging stair to design. To make the best use of the space the design positions the foot of the stair centrally between doors.
Gently curved, brushed stainless steel handrails fix to the walls, again using marine grade fixings.
For more information about this staircase please mention 6073. Sandstone is just one of the many stone options offered by Bisca.
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