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Glass railing and parapet-high stringer

The modern staircase designed for the owners of this stylish private home convinces by the perfect mix of steel, glass and wood. With an external all-glass railing and a parapet-high steel stringer along the inner flight of stairs this staircase construction combines two of the latest architectural trends. A special feature is the stairs position on the two-step concrete base.

Modern stairs | construction

  • Design according to DIN 18065
  • evenly rounded staircase floor plan with an inner diameter of approx. 437 mm and an outer diameter of approx. 2350 mm
  • Outer cheek made of 10 mm thick flat steel, approx. 300 to 350 mm high (step concealing)
  • Inner cheek for the modern staircase made of 10 mm thick sheet steel as parapet-high steel cheek, approx. 1300 mm high, top side without handrail
  • usable running width up to approx. 915 mm
  • Treads as trough steps made of 5 mm thick sheet steel, front and rear side canted upwards for screed filling by the customer
  • no visible welding seams at the transitions between steps and stringers
  • Fixing of the steel stringers with foot plates on the upper edge of the raw floor of the first floor. Upper connection to the concrete pedestal
Glasgeländer Brüstungswangen
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Project details

Glass railings for modern stairs

  • Clamping construction as angle frame (LZ) welded laterally to the flat steel beam and closed at the free ends with cover plates
  • Railing infill of VSG panes 20 mm thick, consisting of 2 x ESG 10 mm
  • set in the filling holders of the clamping construction, unrestrained pouring and sealing with testable casting compound
  • Filigree stainless steel U-profile as upper end made of edged stainless steel U-profile 30x30x30 mm, dimensioned according to the static requirements of DIN 18008 (formerly TRAV). Glued and sealed to the glass fillings with neoprene interlayer

Architect

di Architekturbüro, Nürtingen