In the heart of London, brands are expanding like never before and in order to attract talented employees as well as impress current and prospective clients, they need to up the ante to meet these growing demands. An elegant Oxford street London office had to do just that and therefore required a two-story L-shaped staircase.
The first step of the process involves building the core structure which is made of mild steel, then painted, and finally completed with thick glass balustrade. The treads are made of timber and the beautifully carved handrail complements the simplistic feel of the staircase.
Following the specification of the client’s Interior Designer and Architect, our talented team began the technical drawings, ready for client approval, manufacture and instalment.
The manufacturing and assembly process is no easy task but it simply put, it involved fabricating two mild steel stringers and incorporating an L-shaped corner. Timber treads alongside a light-wood handrail were fabricated in order to complete this elegant structure.
Our talented in-house team works very closely with your on-site contractors to ensure a smooth delivery. We design each staircase to comply with BS5395: Part 2, 1984 (spiral and helical staircases) and Building Regulations: Approved Document K.