Glass Balustrade can be designed in many different ways to create different effects. In this Oak Hill estate Reservoir home, 12mm toughened glass panels were inserted into the strings and handrails of the staircase. The effect is for a glass balustrade with no fixings or brackets. The staircase flights are lined with carpet, while the visible timbers in Tasmanian Oak have been stained to mute the presence of timber in the design. The layout allowed for the ground floor wall.
Specifications: Closed stair; Closed wall strings; Closed outer strings; Treads with 30mm nosing square projection; The Material used are: Strings ex 38mm Victorian Ash; Treads ex 38mm Pine;
Specifications: The 12mm toughened glass is framed with ex 75×75 timber posts. Timber handrail (ex 75*75mm). Timber level capping and fascia (ex100x38mm).