Bisca's brief was to design a staircase in a converted Victorian Folly from ground to first and first to second floors. The staircase should be of a slim design and allow as much light into the property as possible.
Our solution was A slim structure of steel with continuous treads & risers of kiln dried of oak zigzagging up from ground to first with feature tread turning into the entrance lobby.
A circular section oak handrail runs continuously from ground to second floors and sits cleanly on top of the clear glass balustrade. Bisca also designed, manufactured and installed a glass wall, glass floor and roof light in this property
Glass floor/ceiling window and staircase by Bisca. Kiln dried oak treads and risers set on a slim steel white painted frame teamed with low iron glass balustrade.