straight staircase / wooden frame / wooden steps / without risers
The Wilton Mews staircase is adaptable for many environments.
The secret to this staircase’s success is in the large piece of glass acting as a structural stringer, along with the hidden metalwork. The first fix involved mechanically fixing a structural steel stringer to the wall with protruding, welded cantilever steel channels. The stringer was then completely hidden by wall finishes: Beautifully formed oak timber box treads were then sleeved over the channels.
The finishing touches included stainless steel bosses, connecting the treads to the glass balustrade / stringer. The glass balustrade is 21.5mm laminated low iron glass made out of one piece running up the whole of the staircase. Matching timber handrail finished the staircase. Two matching staircases ran throughout the house complimented with a stainless and frosted glass landing including 15mm low iron glass balustrade to match the staircase balustrade.