Spiral Staircase Suffolk
Case Study – Model 76
Our client owned a holiday home near Ipswich and was renovating it with a view to retire there in a few year. Part of the work involved opening up the room and fitting in a snug and a bedroom under the eaves. A stair with a small footprint was needed. As the downstairs area was open plan it was also essential that the design and feel of the staircase blend in well and was attractive.
Our client selected the model 76 spiral stair with laminated glass treads. He opted for the vertical stainless steel spindles which also continued upstairs around the opening.
For a visual marker and adding a slight slip resistance a couple of frosted strips were added to the front of each step.
Spiral Stair with Glass Treads
Our client was very happy with the overall result and forwarded these pictures soon after completion. Indeed he offered to show potential customers the stair on our behalf – a n offer we have accepted on a couple of occasions leading to new orders.
The model 76 is a custom made spiral staircase which is produced specifically for each and every client. The stair is manufactured to a specific floor to floor height and diameter and the rotation is formed to suit the opening and location of walls.
It is the most light and open of all the spirals we offer with the option of transparent acrylic or glass treads.
Have a look at the full model 76 range by clicking on the link below.
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Spiral Staircase Suffolk Technical Specification
|Floor to floor height||2660mm|
|Risers||13 @ 204.6mm|
|Clear Tread Width||610mm|
|Tread Type||30mm Laminated Glass|
|Balustrade Type||16mm Ø Stainless Steel Spindles|
|Handrail||37,7mm Ø Stainless Steel|
|Centre Column||139mm Ø|
|Finish of Steel||Brushed Stainless Steel|
|Additional||Landing Balustrade around opening|
Comment on Spiral Staircase Suffolk – Model 76 from Complete Stair Systems
"This model 76 spiral staircase was for a holiday home and the opening was being created especially for the spiral. It was spanning upto a glass walkway above so glass treads seemed the ‘clear’ option"