Straight staircase AIRA
quarter-turnhalf-turncontemporary

straight staircase
straight staircase
straight staircase
straight staircase
straight staircase
straight staircase
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Characteristics

Type:
straight, quarter-turn, half-turn
Style
contemporary
Steps
glass steps
Riser
without risers
Railing
glass railing
Technical characteristics
precast, cantilevered
Market
home

Description

Aira Glass is the glass staircase designed to enhance the most sophisticated environments with a discreet but very elegant look. Transparent design The element’s minimalist design combined to the transparency of glass create a unique and simple glass staircase that maintains the natural brightness of the room without affecting your style of furniture but rather enhancing it discreetly. An eye to details The steps, made in triple layer structural glass, are fixed to the wall by a patented anchoring system (the same used for our entire line of suspended prefabricated indoor stairs) which ensures safety and stability even in the absence of a supporting structure. In this way, Aira appears a cantilevered glass staircase, visually light as it floats in the air, yet at the same time being extremely solid. Railing made completely in glass Unlike other models of railings for indoor stairs, this railing is made of laminated glass sheets so as to ensure a supporting function. Compared to other railings for glass stairs, which often need to be integrated into existing structures, the panels of the Aira Glass railings are fixed directly to the step, creating an effect of continuity between the surfaces which enhances the feeling of floating on air. Elegance and transparency Even the railings, as well as the steps, is available in two finishes: clear and extra clear, the latter in order to maximize transparency.

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