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Types of stairs

No matter what interior, we will create a solution just for you! Our offer includes various types of staircases – with elements of glass, steel or wood. We will tailor the space to be functional, elegant and meeting your needs.

We will provide you with the 3D design to visualise how the stairs can influence the look of the whole interior. You can rely on our guidance and choice of reliable solutions and materials. It's perfect if you already have a particular picture of your new stairs in mind.

Our design team will reflect it in the 3D visualisaton we will prepare for you completely free and without any obligation to order the stairs.

Glass, steel or wooden stairs come in a lot of different types and combinations. Vonka offers both traditional and modern products. No matter what- simple, straight, winded or the more complex- cantilevered, floating, helical, curved or spiral stairs, you will be happy with our expertise!

Stairs with closed stringers

Designed to ‘house in’ or hide the edges of the steps, which are contained between two stringer boards. Our standard stringers are 42 mm thick.

Cut stringer stairs

Cut stringer staircases are manufactured by cutting the stringers in the way that the treads sit on top of the stringer and the spindles sit on top of the treads.

Spiral stairs

Spiral staircase may complement both modern and traditional decor. The modular construction can be made in diameters ranging from as little as 1 meter to 2.4 meters. From timber and glass combinations to powder-coated steel and laser-cut finishes, the end design is only limited by your imagination.

Central stringer stairs

These stairs have heavy-duty center beam that makes the stair capable of going up nearly any height.The central stringer can be made from steel or from wood.

Zig Zag stairs

The shape of the stairs is following a zig-zag line with the tread and the riser continuous from start to exit. During the last years self-supporting stair designs like the zig-zag stairs became more and more popular and there are many variations of this design available.

Cantilevered stairs

It’s the ultimate statement staircase with treads that appear to float in mid-air. Cantilevered stairs are often referred to as floating stairs. Perhaps more than any other staircase design, it is the cantilevered staircase that really stands out as something special, creating the illusion of floating, unsupported and weightless treads

Helical stairs. Curved stairs

A curved staircase, often referred to as a helical staircase leads users upstairs in a graceful flowing arc. Unlike spiral staircases, a curved staircase doesn’t require a fixed central column and frequently features two rolled stringers with treads attached between them. Due to the flexibility associated with curved stair design, this option is found in a variety of settings, from large commercial office spaces to private residences.

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