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This contemporary timber Monostringer staircase is constructed in Victorian Ash and utilizes a stainless steel semi-frameless glass balustrade.
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 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.
This cut string staircase was designed to incorporate both a Cut stringer and Closed stringer. This Glass balustrade is held using 50mm Round Stainless Steel posts with 50mm D-Patch Fittings with Capping to the void edge to ensure a stylish and firm fixing point for the stainless steel posts.
This Laminated Victorian Ash Staircase was constructed around its Sawtooth stringer. The treads and stringers are 42mm thick and overhang the Face and edges by 20mm. The reason behind using a 42mm stringer to ensure strength within the staircase, the open rise design requires a bit more planning than your standard staircase to ensure that it will be self supporting.