glass used as infill balustrade


An organic space frame design resembling an insect or a skeleton. Three helical stainless steel tubes connected by curved stainless tubes support this extremely delicate looking staircase.

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.

Radial Layer

Radially spaced vertical layers supporting treads. 2 versions shown, one with timber layers and one with steel layers. Radial layer timber CNC plywood layers linked via horizontal slices support glass treads linked by curved glass balustrade. Inner balustrade is formed of elegent timber balusters. This design …


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.


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.