Centre String Stair with Concealed Fixings

This “L” shaped centre string stair is made from Spotted Gum. The clients didn’t want any fixing to the floor nor did they want any vertical uprights supporting the glass balustrade. To achieve these fixings points were installed in the walls at frame stage. The treads and landings have been individually joined and sandwiched to highlight the end grain and finished 65mm thick. The technique used in the fixing of the treads have been has been done so to conceal any visible fixings. These design detail features, allow the ‘visual’ of the grain in the treads to flourish. The staircase has two flights with one quarter space landing. The balustrade on this stair is 12mm toughened glass side mounted to the treadswith solid timber rails While on the first floor deep a painted deep fascia has been used to provide structural support of the glass and rails.

Stair Material: Specifications: Open stair; Centre Carriage Cut String; Treads with 30mm nosing square projection; The Material used are: Treads ex 38mm (Laminated to finish 65mm Thick) Spotted Gum; Landings ex 38mm (Laminated to finish 65mm Thick with expansion joists) Spotted Gum.

Balustrade Material:

Specifications:  Modern Glass balustrade 12mm toughened glass; side mounted to the treads with 50mm solid stainless steel patch fittings. Spotted Gum Rails