Glass Stairs & Cantilevered Staircase

Curved Glass Staircase at Infinity at Brickell, Miami FL

Curved Glass Staircase at Infinity at Brickell, Miami FL

We at Bella Stairs love keeping our followers informed on our latest work. We are currently in the production stages for two stairs, both located in the downtown Brickell area of Miami, Fl.

The first job is a set of curved glass stairs located in the Infinity at Brickell condominium in downtown Miami, fl.

These glass stairs incorporate curved glass railing, glass treads, and a stainless steel support system that will completely transform the space. This stair has all the required permit paperwork with the city of Miami, and will be completed in December 2010.

For those clients who wish to combine materials, we have another stair that is quite innovative. The following stair is a cantilevered staircase also located in Miami, Florida.

Cantilevered Wood Stairs

Cantilevered Wood Stairs

Detail of Cantilevered Wood Stairs

Detail of Cantilevered Wood Stairs

This cantilevered wood staircase incorporates wood materials, an internal steel structure, with side mounted glass railing. The beauty of this stair design is you can customize this design with different species and stains of wood, as well as choose glass railing, or our standard stainless steel railing with the patented olive detail connection.

Patented Olive Detail

Patented Olive Detail

Also, the wood can be substituted with stone (granite, quartz, etc), and you can have open risers (4″ maximum). That is the beauty of custom stair design – the possibilities are endless.

From glass to wood and stainless steel, Bella Stairs always welcome custom stair job inquiries, and have successfully executed what other companies cannot fabricate. Contact us today!

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