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Tuesday, July 5, 2022

Georgian grace from Bisca stair

Like a graceful, flowing arc, staircase specialists Bisca ’s new helical staircase sweeps upwards in a soft curve.


Architecture, interiors, design, interior design


The Georgian inspired stair design has a contemporary twist with the addition of a polished steel balustrade; uprights that taper from square to round, meticulously polished to a mirror-like finish, topped with an eliptical-profiled handrail.




The dark stained oak treads and handrail contrast with the white painted soffit, echoing design details in the hallway’s stone flooring.




The stair treads have bullnoses, a rounded, overhanging edge at the front of each tread, and are designed to accept a carpet runner. At the foot of the staircase, a generously wide tread forms a base for two feature newels. The simple glass balustrade on the lower landing leaves the focus on the staircase.




Bisca designs and manufactures bespoke staircases, balustrades and other architectural features. Whether brand new or a refurbishment, each staircase is unique and starts with a blank piece of paper and a client’s wish list with all materials and components individually sourced for each project.




All commissions are hand-built in Bisca’s Yorkshire workshop.



01439 771 702

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