Feasibility study

You don´t know if your project is feasible or not? We help you with it! For an ordinary person as well as for an architect or interior designer it is often difficult to decide whether a design idea is possible to transform into reality. Imagination is unlimited but in the reality there are limits once has to take into account by planning a staircase. How to construct walls, ceilings and floors to support the staircase? What material thicknesses and qualities are required for strings, treads and railings? What are minimal tread thickness requirements for cantilevered stairs or glass stairs? How to get the maximum of transparency and lightness out of my design? Or can you build a staircase entirely in glass (or any other material) without using steel? Amongst others those are the questions our feasibility study gives answers for.

Our aim is to transform your design idea into reality. Hereby we work out structural details during the project phase and confirm it with calculations by an engineer. What do you get?

  • Technical drawings in PDF and DWG 
  • Visualization with photorealistic 3D pictures 
  • Confirmation for technical feasibility and loads 
  • A detailed quotation 
  • Alternative suggestions if it turns out that the design is not feasible
  • Material samples or mock up (upon requirements) 

Profit from our experience with working at the edge of feasibility! Here you see examples of projects which have been realized with our feasibility study concept:

helical glass stair

Surrey, England

Location: Surrey, England
Installed: 2013
Model: Fly, Mistral, glass facade, glass floor, entrance portal
Builder: Private

helical staircase

Tunis, Tunesia

Location: Tunis
Installed: 2014
Model: Cobra
Builder: Private
Architect: Lino Barone

helical stair design

New York, USA

Location: New York, USA
Installed: 2014
Model: Fly
Builder: Private
Architect: William Green Architecture

Glastreppe für Objektgebäude

Fly-Objekt; Kuwait

Location: Kuwait
Installed: Feasibility study 2012
Model: Fly-Objekt
Client: Kipco Developments


Mistral-Gigant, Schloss Schwerin

Location: Schwering, Germany
Installed : Feasibility study 2012
Model: Mistral Giant
Client: private