Modern Stair Insert Handrail

As of the 1st of May 2012, the National Construction Code stipulates that all staircase flights must have a continuous handhold. Rather than have a handrail mounted to the wall, this staircase has an innovative design with a short wall balustrade and an ‘inset handrail’. The design allows the compliance to be achieved, while maintaining the ‘flush’ finished handrail and ‘clean’ look for the staircase consistent with other elements throughout thisinner Melbourne suburbanhome.

Stair Material:

Specifications: Closed stair, Concealed cut wall strings, Treads and risers with Zero nosing Projection. The Materials used are: Strings ex 38mm Pine; Treads ex 38mm Tasmanian Oak, Wall Capping ex 25mm Tasmanian Oak.