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Download a showcase of the latest staircases

Get inspiration from Canal Architectural's latest Specifiers Guide for staircases to transform commercial and residential spaces

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Discover the latest popular staircase designs and materials by downloading the latest Specifiers Guide from Canal Architectural. Inside you will find an array of prestigious projects which have been technically analysed to demonstrate what goes into producing a feature staircase. Highlights include:

Hanging staircase in The Shard

With a long standing relationship and a portfolio of prestigious commercial office staircases, Canal Architectural was the premium choice for the new Modus Group office staircase situated in The Shard, London.

Cantilevered ‘floating’ staircase

One design that fits all is the cantilever staircase. The simplistic design of the overhanging tread has allowed many designers to create some very interesting concepts to date. The transformation from a standard stair into one that needs no support underneath or between the treads, has created a vision of open space and demonstrates a particular ‘floating’ appearance that is aesthetically pleasing.

The boss of stairs

Canal has recently finished its third staircase project for Hugo Boss, this time on Regent Street, London. Discover the large helical staircase for yourself or visit it in person!

Twisting helical staircase

Using the craftsmanship of its manufacturing team, Canal built this staircase by twisting mild steel rods around each other, creating a unique balustrade design.

Mirror mirror in the hall

In the heart of London, project Burlington was completed in the main entrance of a commercial office. The specification was to replace the existing, dated staircase and balustrade with a new contemporary feature to transform the aesthetics of the building entrance and reflect the high-end brand using mirror polished stainless steel.

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For more information and technical support visit: www.canal.eu.com and download the Specifiers Guide here.

 

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0115 986 6321

canal@canalengineering.co.uk


 

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