The solid American walnut treads and risers of this folded staircase compliment the surrounding decor perfectly.
The staircase sits between the rear wall, and a full height structural glass wall.
The glass wall doubles as landing balustrade for the ground floor, simplifying the design and reducing visual clutter.
It also acts as a physical divide between the staircase and the rest of the room, whilst helping to retain the spaciousness of the hallway.
Key features include:
•Quarter turn with landing
•'Folded' risers that sit flush with the front edge of the treads, with shadow groove
•Supported by structural glass wall on one side
•Round glass clamps and glass shoes in brushed stainless steel
•Structural glass doubles as balustrade for both staircase and landings