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This contemporary timber Monostringer staircase is constructed in Victorian Ash and utilizes a stainless steel semi-frameless glass balustrade.
The Araluen is an Closed Rise, Cut String Staircase using custom painted turned balusters and posts.This design incorporates a continuous S1 – Moulded Blackbutt Handrail complete with volutes and handcrafted bends in order to produce a continuous handhold throughout the entire staircase.
Open Riser, Closed Mild Steel Stringer Staircase. Treads are in Victorian Ash with 12mm Frame less Glass Balustrade. All Stringers and Patch Fittings are Powder coated texture black.
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.
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.
The Wombarra is of an open rise mono-stringer construction made in Victorian Ash and consists of 285x42mm Laminated Treads. The Framed glass balustrade with square stainless steel posts and a 50x25mm Rail has a minimalist design that allows an unobstructed view of the sandstone feature wall.
This Staircase is Closed String in construction and provides a great example of the type of work you can expect to see when building with OzStair. This staircase was constructed using 280x32mm Pine Stringers with 280x32mm Treads and 190×19 Risers. The balustrade consists of N1 – Square 90mm Newel with 12mm SS1 – Plain Stainless Steel Balusters linked with an S1 Moulded Handrail.
This staircase is constructed to match the contemporary open plan living design seen in many home renovations. This Grey Ironbark Staircase was constructed around its Sawtooth stringer. Both treads and risers are 32mm thick joined using an 8mm shadowline detail. The reason behind using a 32mm tread and riser is to create a jagged line of the same width from the ceiling to the floor below.
Staircase is of closed riser, closed stringer construction. Treads, Risers are of Select Grade Blackbutt with Pine Stringers for paint. Balustrade is of Blackbutt with 90 mm square newel posts, 120 x 32 mm Handrail and 32 mm Square balusters side fixed. Timber Screen is Blackbutt with 90 x 42 mm vertical sections. Pics:Eco Smart Coatings
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.
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.
When designing a staircase on a budget, it’s important to know that the two sections of a staircase that wear the most are the treads and handrail. All other components of the staircase once installed will get minimal contact from an owner. With this in mind the staircase was constructed using hardwood for both the tread and handrail components to ensure its long life in a busy home. All other components are installed using DG Pine. A cost effective softwood perfect for a paint finish.