Spiral Staircase in a Converted Chapel

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16 March 2018
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Construction stage of staircase
Construction stage of staircase
Construction stage of staircase
Construction stage of staircase
Construction stage of staircase
Construction stage of staircase
Construction stage of staircase
Construction stage of staircase

Ash Spiral Staircase

This beautiful spiral staircase to a connecting bridge on the first floor was designed by Seb Walsh to enhance the double-height space in a converted chapel.

Due to restricted access, the stair was delivered to the site in pieces and constructed in situ.

The bespoke stair is constructed with Ash treads and risers. The inner and outer curved sides and the bridge guard rails were fabricated in the joiner’s workshop from six layers of laminated bendy plywood on temporary formers.

The following photos show the construction stages from workshop to site.

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    2 Comments on "Spiral Staircase in a Converted Chapel"
    Felix September 20, 2018 at 8:09 am- - Reply

    Hi, I would like to thank you for the efforts you have put in writing this blog.

      Sue Brettell September 23, 2018 at 2:21 pm- - Reply

      Thanks Felix, you’re welcome.

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