With a beautiful backdrop of beautiful jersey and a high quality specification in mind, Canal were the right people to turn to.
The interior of this multi-million pound house features three matching cantilever staircases with American walnut timber and low iron, glass balustrade running throughout the property.
The hidden metal work within the wall achieves the seamless floating effect of this staircase. The first fix involved mechanically fixing a structural steel stringer to the wall with protruding, welded cantilever channels.
The steel cantilever channels provided access to the first floor to complete the same process for the remaining floors.
Glass balustrades, timber treads and stainless steel handrails where installed by the Canal team after the first fixing stage.
The unique features of the cantilever staircases are the American walnut box treads. Each tread is manufactured at a longer length so that an end piece can be cut to hide any steel balustrade fixings.
This technique allows the grain of the timber to flow through the glass and onto the end piece.
The exterior of this home host low iron glass balustrade balconies on each story. Enhancing the interrupted views of the stunning scenery.
In addition, mirror polished handrails compliment the exterior surroundings as well as the stairs leading towards the pool.
In addition for a luxury and practical solution a glass and stainless steel canopy and installed by the front door.