Westwood House Wow factor!
Working with a specialist architectural metalworker, CT glass supplied glass for this high end design project incorporating a stainless steel staircase with glass treads and low iron glass balustrade to bridge the mezzanine level of a period structure.
Two spiral staircases were manufactured in Nottingham by CT Glass’ customer, before being delivered in component parts to site. They were welded together on site to create a continuous ribbon effect passing through the property. The glass components were also delivered to site ready for assembly as part of the overall installation.
Why CT Glass?
CT Glass were able to provide high quality low-iron glass, which was supplied as 24 laminated toughened glass stair treads. Each tread was provided 39mm thick complete with sandblasted band detailing. Nine 13.5mm toughened and laminated glass bends were also supplied to work alongside the treads.
The modern staircases join to a steel mezzanine floor and bridge structure, which comprises of glass balustrading and timber flooring and creates a striking feature that compliments the building’s original ceiling beams. The clear low iron glass adds to the elegance of the whole project as well as providing a durable and high quality finish.