Commercial stairs

Commercial stairs by Arden adhere to both world class visual expectations and regulatory requirements.
The design of most commercial staircases is dominated by safety issues, standard widths, and concerns over the durability of materials.

By incorporating innovative design into a traditional form, Arden achieves beauty in typically understated commercial stair elements such as railings and stair treads. The Worley Parsons Corporate Offices is a remarkable commercial stair achievement in the spare yet captivating choices of material and its partially obscured structural supports. In all commercial stair projects, Arden introduces a striking yet balanced aesthetic sensibility.

See some examples of our Commercial Stairs

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A free standing, commercial zigzag stair
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This commercial staircase and balustrade design is as complex as it is beautiful.

Design elements suiting commercial stairs

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The P1 staircase design embraces a particularly broad range of visual styles, since it is defined by a structural PFC stringer frame entirely clad in other materials
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Structural steel members are surprisingly graceful and have a beauty all of their own
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A recurrent theme in modern design is to let the structure speak for itself, and X1 staircase stringer design is an example of how effective this can be in creating visual appeal