Chantry's Barn - Award Nominated

Spiral Construction have designed and manufactured a staircase in Chantry's Barn, an award nominated stone barn conversion recently converted to create magnificent contemporary accommodation.

The design philosophy for the barn has ensured both the retention of the many original architectural features of the barn and the sensitive application of contemporary materials, such as the concrete spiral staircase.

The combination of concrete, stainless steel and glass perfectly compliment the design brief to create a stunning, yet simplistic, feature within this remarkable barn conversion.

Spiral Constructions Sales Manager, Mark Whitby, commented. 'We worked very closely with the owner and his architect to ensure we achieved every aspect of their vision".

A large portion of work currently carried out by Spiral is particularly 'high end' bespoke staircases, such as contemporary feature helical staircases in the Heron Tower and a classical helical staircase at the world famous London Palladium Theatre.

Established in 1985, Spiral Construction is the UK's leading manufacturer of spiral and helical staircases. Operating nationally, they offer the most extensive range of designs and materials available on the market. Using state of the art 3D CAD and CNC manufacturing systems, combined with highly skilled craftsmen working in stainless steel, wood and stone, they produce a stunning range of quality staircases.


Spiral have recently completed two spectacular external helical staircases for Babraham Science Park near Cambridge, working with Kier Construction and Archial Architects. 

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