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This Open Rise staircase is supported by a 200×10 Mild steel Stringer. The American oak treads have been given a Lime wash finish to brighten the well and create a dusted white finish. The stringer’s provide the strength and support to hold the 12mm Toughened Frameless Glass balustrade using 50mm Stainless Steel Round D-Patch Fittings.
With Timber Mono-Stringers on the rise we decided it would be in our best interest to show you the stunning effect that this design can create. The beautifully hand-crafted timber stringer sets the standard for luxury and design, boasting minimal semi-frameless glass has helped draw the viewer’s attention to the main feature, the Mono-String.
This modern form of balustrade is known as ‘Stainless Steel Rods’ and is a great way of making a statement about yourself. By utitilizing clean crisp lines this staircase is provided the high-class style we envisioned at the beginning of the project.
Open Risers, Closed Stringer Construction. Stringer are of Mild Steel 250 x 10mm with 80mm NSW Spotted Gum Treads with fixings concealed. 12mm Frame less Glass Balustrade with 50 x 25mm Stainless Steel Handrail.
This modern open rise staircase is constructed using the Open Rise/Closed stringer construction method. Constructed using 280x42mm Select Grade Jarrah Stringers with 280x42mm Select Grade Jarrah Treads with 42mm Jarrah Nibs. With glass balustrading as popular as always it was no surprise to see the client opt for the Frameless glass.
This staircase is designed and constructed to match the contemporary open plan living design seen in many home renovations. This NSW Spotted Gum Staircase was constructed around the concealed glass fixings. This simple line becomes the focus of the staircase. The balustrades on this staircase were a major focus as we did not want to draw attention away from other design features.
The sleek metal stringer is well complimented with stainless steel swaged cables balustrade and frosted glass bottom riser. The design team at OzStair worked closely with the owner and their builder to include finishing touches such as lighting under the landing to illuminate the frosted glass riser, delivering the timber treads to be pre-finished before installation as well as ideas for care and maintenance of their new staircase.
This classic timber staircase is constructed using the closed riser, cut string construction method. This staircase utilizes Box newels to provide the classic styling the client requested aswell as the use of bends in the lower flight to promote a feeling of space.
This staircase was constructed in Blackbutt using the Closed rise/Closed string construction method.
This staircase was constructed in Treated Pine and was designed with the intention of withstanding the elements for decades to come. Because this staircase was to be constructed in an open environment the construction needed to be sturdy and it needed to retain the styling shown throughout the garden/terrace.
This staircase was built using the Open Rise Closed Stringer construction method. Consisting of 280x42mm Select Grade Merbau treads with 280x42mm Select Grade Merbau Stringers. As this staircase was to be used in an external environment it was important prevent water building up on the surface of the treads, by constructing the flight using an open design this ensured that the moisture would not stagnate in one space for an extended period of time and cause damage to the timber structure.