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Newel stairs are a particular type of spiral stairs. They are constructed with a central newel (a pillar made of steel or stainless steel) instead of a central stair well. The step treads of newel stairs are fixed to this pillar. Because of low space requirements and their visual elegance newel stairs are mostly used as residential staircases for apartments covering two storeys. Often they also lead to an integrated gallery. If an adequate flight width is considered, it is of course possible to construct a newel staircase as main stairs.
Elegant newel staircase with glass railing | GfK Nuremberg
The newel staircase with glass railing in elegant white complements the representative lobby of the new GfK headquarters.
Elegant newel stairs with balustrade stringers | Private home in Ditzingen
The dark newel stairs with parapet-high steel stringers form a harmonious contrast to the classy ambience with their simple elegance.
Newel Stairs | New Axel Springer Building in Berlin
The newel stairs with steel soffit lining and parapet-high stringers arouse an eye-catching effect and complete the new Axel Springer building in Berlin.
Newel stairs for a real estate agency in Frankfurt
In the middle of the bustling city center of Frankfurt an aesthetic connection was created.
Newel staircase with wooden treads
A beautiful staircase construction and spindle in anthracite painted steel combined with noble wooden steps.
Steel stairs as an eye-catcher
The white lacquered newel and the outer steel balustrade railing form an appealing contrast.
Newel staircase in MetallArt Design
This modern spiral staircase presents itself in elegant design with continuous stainless steel spindle and glass steps.
Living on two levels on the outskirts of Stuttgart
Matching the stylish interior, a stylish spiral staircase was fitted to connect the two living levels.
Steel newel stairs
Newel Stairs | for an aesthetic living ambiance
The visual effect of newel stairs featuring a continious central pillar is extremely elegant. The connection to the unfinished floor is generally realised by a steel base plate which is fastened onto the lower end of the central pillar.
Beside the customary welded constructions there are further solutions presenting optical highlights: staircases with tread steps (supporting construction for the cladding) which are fixed at the newel by screwing or by clamping.