Spiral staircase

This is a spiral staircase project for a store.

Each step has a different shape, the railings are made up of small pieces.

The staircase hides a 50x50 cm square brick column in its axis.
The width of the steps, including the railings, is 100 cm.
Railing width - 8 cm
Railing height - 90 cm
Outside total diameter - 280 cm
Step height - 16 cm
Rotation of the spiral of the entire staircase - 270 °
Heights- 256 cm
Material- Plywood (4 cm)

The staircase is currently in production.













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You are genius :star_struck:.

Thank you, Rohan

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2d drawings are helpful right?

Sure, that greats opportunities to realize this project

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Why is the central hole square? Wouldn’t the orientation of the square hole have to change with each step, requiring dozens of unique steps to cut out? Whereas a round central shaft would enable you to make only the 4 basic outlines of steps because each could be rotated to any position on the supporting shaft?

This is awesome as hell!

In the center there is a supporting brick column, it has a square cross section. The customer had a desire to make steps around the square to strengthen the staircase structure.

Thank you👍

Great work :star_struck::star_struck:

Great work! Which app did you use for the rendering?

Thank you! Keyshot 10 and Cadmio for IPad

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Thank you :+1::+1:

Hi You are great! In deed we try our best to do what the customers desired!

:clap: :clap: :clap: That is really a great example. Thanks for sharing.

Brilliant work as usual…

Thank you very much👍

Always welcome👍

Very nice @Antey85 :clap:
Check out ‘Grand Designs’ on Channel 4 (UK). There was an architect that did something very similar to this - end result looked really good.
I’d also add in a part number to the CNC - thats one big puzzle! :laughing: