Our clients were building up from the original bungalow and wanted a staircase to access the new first floor.
A structural glass wall was also part of our brief and supports the mid-section of the staircase. The wall has the effect of keeping the space as open as possible, whilst allowing light to flood into the corridor beyond. Concealed steel structures support the lower and upper stair sections to achieve a staircase that appears to float.
Luxurious walnut treads provide a warm contrast to the crisp white walls and laminated low iron glass balustrades.
Cosmetic walnut tread ends with continuous grain conceal the balustrade connections. These tread ends, with the famed Bisca attention to detail create the appearance of treads passing through glass.
To obtain a guide price for your own staircase or balustrade based around this design or using similar materials, please quote ref 3530
The staircase looks fabulous. It is exactly as I hoped it would be and really sets off the living space.
Every staircase design by Bisca is unique and designed specifically for a client and their property.
Bisca commissions are truly bespoke. The starting point for our designers is a blank page and your brief. We can give you all the advice you require for your client’s staircase whether it is a new build or a staircase renovation. We will meet with yourself, and your client if you wish, and together discuss plans for the property, including style, materials, aesthetics and functional considerations.
The staircases in this profile are just a small selection of case studies of completed projects. To see more designs please visit the galleries on our website.