Recently, Canal Architectural completed a new commercial steel staircase and atrium balustrade for a commercial office in Central London. Following the specification of the Interior Designer and Architect, Canal started the production drawings ready for manufacture.
Once drawn, Canal started the fabrication of the straight staircase at their manufacturing facility in Nottingham. The first fix involved fabricating two stainless steel stringers and incorporating a rest landing. Solid walnut treads alongside a matching square handrail also began fabrication in Canal’s workshop.
Onsite the Canal team installed the stainless steel stringers, box treads and steel rodding that supported the suspended rest landing. 17.5mm Low iron, glass balustrade panels where installed onto the staircase and the first floor atrium. To finish, the glass balustrade was topped with the square walnut handrail.
This minimalist feature staircase complements the surrounding interior features. The hints of walnut for office desks and soft lighting flowing through the clear glass balustrade creating a spacious feel.