The most classic and traditional way of constructing the sides of a wooden staircase is through what is known as “hollowed-out sides.” In this solution, the wooden treads are embedded within the side panels. Skilled traditional craftsmen carve and meticulously hollow out the sides at the points where the wooden treads should be fitted. The entire construction fits together correctly, resulting in a visually pleasing and stable outcome.
In the modern construction line of interSCALA, detailed design and carving are carried out using technology and specialized software for data processing and computational methods. The carving of the sides, as well as the construction of the treads and risers, is done with CNC machines with absolute precision. In the final stage of the work, an experienced staircase craftsman awaits to perform the final assembly, combining all the individual pieces that will compose the integrated structure according to the detailed plans. After a final check of the finished pieces, the construction is disassembled and proceeds to the final stage of finishing and painting.
An interior wooden staircase with hollowed-out sides and treads made of solid glued or engineered wood. Square-sectioned newel posts and a wooden handrail. Railings of various types (e.g., wooden, stainless steel, cast iron, glass, brass, wire rope, etc.). Even in the selection of treads, there could be different options depending on architectural requirements.
Profiles: The profiles of the sides and treads vary depending on the elevation and the aesthetic choices of the client. The same applies to the railings and balusters. It is possible to adapt special wooden pieces and carved elements to the constructions. Depending on the style of the construction, other materials such as metal, glass, and brass components are also incorporated.
Elevations: Straight, angled, and reversible, as well as curved.
Wood Species: Beech, oak, iroko, teak