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Published on Jul 6, 2010
The installation of a cantilever staircase requires load-bearing walls with a minimum depth of 10/12 cm of solid bricks, structural air bricks, "poroton" or reinforced concrete walls.
Where walls are not loadbearing built with air bricks, cement board or similar, it is possible to create a free standing ironwork structure either open or embedded in the wall, attached to the ceiling or the floor.
Cantilever staircases can support a maximum width of 120 cm on a load-bearing wall. They can be made in wood, glass, resin, steel, stone or marble.
The banister can be chosen from those already available or, since these are not a structural component of the staircase, it can be decided to do without. The feasibility of each staircase is always verified by an examination of the true conditions of each environment.