Award winning staircase design

Our contemporary staircases are designed and hand made in our workshops in Oxfordshire. Our passion is design, and creating something unique within every project. We work in timber, metal, concrete and glass and pride ourselves on our close relationship with our clients throughout the design and build process.

‘A staircase is the single most visible structure in a house, more often than not its the first thing you see when you come in and the last thing you see when you leave, for us staircases are the meet and greet of the interior, and first impressions are important so it’s our job to get it right.’ 

Nick Burborough, Creative Director

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chelsea helical stair onstruction

Photo: On site construction of the Chelsea helical staircase


cantilever stairs

Our cantilever stairs are fixed off one structural wall with hidden steel work to allow the staircase to jut out and appear un supported on one side. They are ideal for opening up space in a hall or entrance to give the feeling of more room and create usable space under the stairs.


straight wooden staircases

Straight staircases need not be traditional. This staircase has hidden structure within it which allows us to make it look like it has no structure at all resulting in clean minimal lines. Lighting can also play an important part in making a feature staircase, glowing hidden led’s here wash the wall and highlight the zigzag shape of the steps to create a huge architectural mood light.


helical contemporary staircase

Helical stairs can be the most dramatic, they are also often the most challenging. This stair in Chelsea was three flights of ever decreasing helical curves, with floating treads and an organic sculpted white internal wall as the balustrade. The beauty of the helical form are its gentle sweeping curves which can offer a nice break from the squareness of traditional rooms and walls.


sculptured spiral staircase

Spiral stairs are often uninspired and dull. Ours are quite the opposite, we see them as an opportunity to create stunning repeated form, as you can see here is our cast aluminium ‘Tree’ spiral. We also like playing with the shape of spiral stairs having designed square and horseshoe shaped ones in the past to add a bit of something different.