An organic timber staircase sliced to bits. Using curved shapes we have hidden a steel carcass and created loads of detail and character in this design. The glass treads are supported at the ends, the timber dipping down in the centre forming a valley and lightening the structure. There are two designs here, a straight and helical version, both with interchangeable features.
A straight version demanded something different, so we have played with an undulating soffit and balustrade height feature wall.
Slice from front
Slice, base detail
Slice, stringer detail
Slice, feature soffit
Slice, feature wall elevation
Slice, feature wall detail
The helical version of this stair is a bit tamer, in that we have opted to show uniform slices. The helical form creates the drama, but a more varied form as the straight staircase is certainly achievable.