Project/Location:Glass Staircase - Hertfordshire

Client:Private Residence

Architect:David Long Architects

Design Brief:

Open Entrances were approached by David Long Architects to work with them on an interior design solution for a private client.  The design brief was to develop a staircase and landings that would allow the entrance to flood with natural sunlight from a glass atrium ceiling above.  The solution also had to provide a 'wow' factor for the clients guest.

Solution:

Four storey Glass Staircases  (treads and balustrades) and the three Glass Landings with minimal visible structural elements was the obvious solution to the problem.  James Christopher Consulting Ltd we're enlisted to provide the structural engineering support that this project demanded.

Key Features:
  • Glass Staircases and Glass Landings allow the atrium's natural light to pass all the way to the ground floor
  • Conceiled structural elements provide seamless integration with the surroundings
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