The steel balustrades for the staircase complex consist of steel frames made of approx. 10-15 cm thick steel sheet. To provide complete visual cladding for the concrete stair elements, they were extended downwards and attached to the raw staircase with welded-on steel angles. An elegant white lacquer finish was applied to lend the steel balustrades their attractive appearance.
On each side of the steel balustrades runs a stylish handrail made of stainless steel round tube measuring approximately 42 mm in diameter. The sophisticated indirect LED lighting system is particularly impressive due to the completely flush integration of the LED spots on the underside of the round stainless steel handrails. For optimal illumination of the walking area, the spotlights were mounted at an angle to the vertical. The light intensity can be adjusted by a dimmer.
To create a transparent look, MetallArt realised curved all-glass balustrades at the ceiling slabs on each floor. The individual panes with ground edges are made of laminated safety glass, each 20 mm thick and up to 1,600 mm long. They run horizontally in an even rounded design along all ceiling edges up to the 8th floor. On the ground floor, they feature two short ascending sections.