G-Fin Renders

Here are a few renders for a new job that is currently under construction in our workshop.

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This small diameter G-fin type staircase provides access to a study on a mezzanine floor. The client opted for toughened glass and stainless steel to match the modern interior of the converted barn.

To view some of our previous domestic projects, click here.

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Spiral Secures New Project

Spiral have been appointed for a new commercial project to create a feature staircase in the heart of London. This multi flight stair will be constructed in mostly stainless steel and will be providing access between floors in one of London’s most iconic buildings. Working closely with the architect and the design team we are currently under-going design meetings to insure the staircase is both impressive and practical.

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If you require a feature staircase for a commercial project, please contact our sales department who will be happy to provide you with a competitive quotation.

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EMI staircase featured in OnOffice Maganzine

Warner Music has recently taken ownership of EMI's London HQ. Wood Bagot designed the refurbishment, but the original EMI staircase has remained fitted back in 2002.

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Check out the article here

 

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Helical G-Fin 3D Print

This 3D print is based on the Helical G-Fin Concept. It uses our aluminium extrusion system on a very tight radius helical stringer with glass balustrading supporting glass treads.

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We are currently in the process of fitting a very similar stair for a private individual in Nottingham and hope to have finished photos of this job in the next few weeks.

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New Job Added - SS679 Theobalds Road

We have added another new job to our project page, recently completed helical staircase SS679 Theobalds Road.
To view this project please click the link.

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