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  • Curved Cut String Staircase

    Curved Cut String Staircase

    One of the biggest challenges when designing a bespoke staircase is when the room has not been designed with the stairs in mind. Most architects design a house so… Read more »

    Blundellsands – Crosby

    One of the biggest problems with new build homes in the the UK is that they are designed with profits in mind, which means that the biggest factor in… Read more »

    Welsh Streets – Liverpool

    One of the biggest needs for a bespoke made to measure staircase, in the building industry, comes when an existing property is being renovated. This is for two reasons:… Read more »

    twin curved walnut staircase, curved treads, modern spindles

    Lytham – Blackpool

    Twin Curved walnut What was the brief from the customer? With this staircase the customer wished to have an imposing feature as they walked into the hallway. In order… Read more »

    Riverview – Oxford

    Introduction For this project our client chose to renovate an existing period farm house, overlooking the river Thame, into a contemporary home that kept some of its traditional centrepieces…. Read more »

    curved walnut staircase with glass

    Esher – London

    One of the process we love at Edwards & Hampson is the design phase, it’s the part that allows us to be the most creative and see what we… Read more »

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    Philharmonic Rise – Liverpool

    Liverpool is a city that exudes heritage. Whether it be the docklands running along the Mersey, the blend of architecture of the city centre or simply the people, who… Read more »

    train station windows

    Chester Train Station

    Traditional sliding sash windows have been installed in buildings throughout the UK for centuries. Despite the age of the design, their popularity has never diminished and they are still… Read more »