Contemporary Oak Staircase, Yorkshire
A contemporary oak staircase inspired by Charles Rennie Mackintosh.
A contemporary oak staircase supported on structural glass balustrading takes pride of place in a new build property in Yorkshire.
Flared features treads provide a welcome at the foot of the staircase, whilst feature newels guard each side. The main flight splits into two shorter flights at the top left or right depending on the direction of travel around the galleried landing. Sweeping white plastered soffits blend into the ceiling.
The project also included landing gallery noses, balustrading and a magnificent glass roof to the first floor. The roof light also acts as a glass floor to the second floor, whilst at the same time, allowing light to flood down from the skylight.
STOP PRESS: This staircase won Best Product Design at the Northern Design Awards in November 2016. In the words of Wayne Hemmingway, the judges were “blown away” by the design.
Here’s what our client had to say…
Truly wonderful staircase and roof light – We are so pleased with them. Can’t praise your installation team highly enough; the designers were great to work with, but the team who built and installed it were awesome – true craftsmen. Please pass on our thanks to everyone.
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Project ID: 4026