Glass steps staircase TEKLA
square spiralcontemporarystainless steel frame

glass steps staircase
glass steps staircase
glass steps staircase
glass steps staircase
glass steps staircase
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Characteristics

Type:
square spiral
Style
contemporary
Structure
stainless steel frame
Steps
glass steps
Riser
without risers
Railing
metal railing
Market
home
Options
integrated LED

Description

Tekla Glass is the square staircase in steel and glass designed to fit into square spaces in contemporary and exclusive environments. Compared to other square spiral staircases, Tekla Glass sets itself apart thanks to the strength of its shape and the transparency of its lines, which make it present but intangible. Glass and stainless steel for great quality The spiral staircase in stainless steel and glass comprises of steps in tempered and laminated glass, available in two finishes (clear or extra clear). The structure is made of AISI 304 stainless steel, and is available in two versions: stainless steel with a satin finish for those who like simple aesthetics, or polished stainless steel for a sparkling look. Great elegance in small spaces Just like for all spiral staircases, even Tekla Glass was designed to be located in small spaces, especially in the case of square spots or corners. But, unlike other staircases, Tekla Glass adds value to the environment in which it is inserted. The square glass staircase Tekla Glass is extremely versatile as it can be created of various diameters, from a minimum of 120 cm to a maximum of 180 cm. Strong Points . Mininal look. . Great solidity. . Ideal for square spaces or corners. . Versatile even in small spaces. . Various models of railing available. Technical details Measurements Diameter: 120, 130, 140, 150, 160, 170, 180 cm Rise: adjustable, from 21 to 24 cm

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