Lamina

As the name implies, Lamina is a laminated constructed staircase, chiefly using plywood. Using the inherit strength of this material, the gently curved underside of the cantilevered treads blend gracefully into the vertical balusters. These uprights gradually increase in height to form the handrail. Some …

Tubular

Stairs with a structural tubular theme. Structurally a tube is immensely strong, and visually has less mass than rectangular solutions. Using this principle we have designed the following: Tube – A tube in its purest form, in which the user enter the tube to ascend and …

Stack System

A range of stairs using interlocking timber shapes as treads and performing a structural element. Glass forms the balustrade on this striking collection.

Formed

The Formed staircases are a collection of stairs which have progressed from the EeSoffit™ technology. Using similar manufacturing principles these are unique designs integrate EeSoffit™ as the balustrade forming seamless flowing staircases, which are limited only by the imagination.

Interlace

Interlacing steel by folding and notching allows the balustrade to act as the supporting structure, as well as adding intrigue. The glass treads allow the structure to be at maximum visibility.

Cells®

Based on Veronoi diagrams, the cell system is randomly generated for each project. Using thick steel the system performs structurally as well as providing balustrading. We can vary the size of the holes in order to meet the client requirements. This design is an evolution of the Leonardo staircase. …

MindStep®

Gradually shape changing vertical CNC bamboo tread supports are echoed in the gently curved balusters. A variation of the design is also below which feature profiled balusters connecting to the ceiling. Mindstep® completed projects are available to see on the EeStairs website

Slice

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. …