Timber Staircase in London Rises to Fame

Timber Staircase in London Rises to FameAt Acadia Stairs, we firmly believe that a stair’s design can be enchanting; think of the grand staircases from the Victorian Era, or the staircase leading up to a national monument such as the Lincoln Memorial. These staircases present a vision of grandeur and sophistication that captures our imagination and inspires us.

Acadia Stairs is always on the lookout for stair designs worldwide that are truly on the cutting edge and the most recent one can be found in the United Kingdom.

The timber staircase at the HIDE Bar on London’s Piccadilly Road is currently mystifying people all over the world. Designed by the design studio Atmos, “StairStalk” is a three-floor structure that is meant to imitate a plant, growing like a wooden beanstalk through different experiences, from the basement to the top floor. The surface was made of wooden oak, layered with thin oak veneer, and then hand-shaped to form its flow. Its descending (or ascending, depending on how you look at it) wooden structure forms the handrail, as if it’s never-ending and falling into itself.

Just looking at it transports us to a faraway land, like Middle Earth from Lord of the Rings or maybe something from Harry Potter. It is a fascinating structure, that appears as if it’s been there for millennia, a natural outgrowth of the restaurant, and the building it’s housed in. Acadia Stairs uses these unique types of structures to help us visualize what a stair can mean in a home setting or in a commercial setting, and how these different design aspects can interplay with one another.

With that being said, we offer a wide variety of staircases that are perfect for any space. We’ll work with you to create a custom design, and guide you every step of the process. Contact us today!