A contemporary and minimalist fit out to this private residence based in Hampshire. Scope of the works included a bifurcated staircase upon entrance along with kitchen and flooring in all the internal living areas.
This grand bifurcated staircase creates visual impact upon entrance and looks fantastic in this private residence home. This is an example of how a stone clad staircase can look amazing, without having to need a cantilevered structure. The stair was clad with each tread being 20mm thick and made bespoke due to the curved nature of the design, with the bull nose treads and risers being clad over a steel frame. Alternatively, it could have been clad over a concrete structure which is also possible.
A modern, minimalist kitchen featuring Silestone quartz island in Desert Silver with a ‘waterfall’ downstand. low-level spot lighting in the skirting highlights the subtle colour variations from tile to tile. We also supplied and fitted Moleanos Blue stone throughout the ground floor living area to maintain consistency. Moleanos Blue is a contemporary Portugese limestone present throughout the communal living areas. it has an ivory background with light blue to grey tones scattered throughout the shelling.