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Briardale Gardens

The new staircase at Briardale Gardens connects the ground floor to the first and second above. The stair is set in a concrete core and consists of timber treads which span between the core walls and a series of 15mm diameter stainless steel bars which are suspended from a beam at high level and anchored at ground level.

The timber treads are spaced off the side wall to allow light between them, yet are anchored with fixings to guard againt lateral excitation of the suspension bars at the attached end. The suspension rods will be by Macalloy.

Project Cost: £ Confidential | Architects: Panter Hudspith Architects | Images: Fluid Structures