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We love the challenge of aiming high!

When you walk up or down a feature staircase in a tall building, how often do you ask yourself: How did they get these stairs in here? EeStairs installation teams ask themselves that all the time – and they know exactly how to do it.

In New York City and Toronto, for example, they found ingenious ways to install beautiful, geometrically complex stairs in apartment and high-rise office buildings – craned through gaps in facades, or dropped down through overhead openings. And at an impressive private residence in the exclusive Bel Air hills overlooking Los Angeles, you could say that the central staircase was elevated in a different way.

It’s the same story in Europe, where EeStairs have made and installed stairs in tall, architecturally impressive buildings such as the 50-storey St George’s Wharf residential tower in London, and the Rotterdam Port City high-rise. We like aiming high, in every way.

Orum Road, Bel Air, Los Angeles [US]

The Orum Road Residence is a luxurious 18,000 square foot home, designed to ‘float’ above Los Angeles and create great views across the city.

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15 Hudson Yards, New York [US]

The key to this staircase in the 15 Hudson Yards Tower, New York, was to ensure that the sheet-steel sections were butt-jointed with complete precision.

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Port City, Rotterdam [NL]

An extensive multi-storey balustrade system was needed to modernise a large existing staircase in Rotterdam’s Port City tower.


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Capital One, White Collar Factory, London [GB]

This office in one of London’s most innovative commercial properties, the White Collar Factory, required a feature staircase linking the two levels.

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One Bank Street, Canary Wharf, London [GB]

This is truly a Wow Factor staircase. Its geometry recalls the sensually flowing curves of Oscar Niemeyer’s architecture and is asymmetrical in both plan and section.

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One Blackfriars Hotel, London [GB]

This staircase, at a stylish hotel at Bankside, London, demonstrates how the structure of an apparently unsupported feature staircase can be disguised and installed so that the eye is not distracted from the geometry and finer architectural details of the stairs.

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High In The Sky

When EeStairs have to install a staircase from the outside of a high building, it's no problem - as you can see from this video.

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