Key facts

Product:
1m2™ TSS-067
Family:
1m2™
Manufacturer:
EeStairs >
Designer:
Geoffrey Packer >
Order number:
TSS-067
Architonic ID:
1311819
Country:
Netherlands
Launched:
2000
Manufacturer groups :
Staircases-Staircase systems >
Groups:
Staircases-Staircase systems >

Product family

Concept

Limited space? Maximising every bit of surface area and need to reach the floor above? Then EeStairs® 1m2 staircase is the solution. This stair leaves plenty of scope for functionality, but it is a design that also attracts attention. A storey height obtainable within one square metre of floor area: it's possible with the space-saving 1m2 by EeStairs®.

The advantages of 1m2™ by EeStairs®:
- Occupies the smallest possible floor area: 1m2
- The floor opening need be no bigger than 1m2
- This staircase can be installed almost anywhere
- The ideal solution for a fixed stair to an attic or cellar
- Perfect alternative to a loft ladder
- Available in any RAL colours
- Functional design staircase: artistic solution to a practical problem
- Exclusive: EeStairs received a patent for this staircase

EeStairs set out to design a staircase that would fit exactly into a foot print of 1m2. Impossible, said some but EeStairs persevered. A process lasting six months resulted in a completly steel staircase that, due to its powder coating finish, is available in any colour. EeStairs received a patent for this staircase, which says something about the exclusivity. The 1m2 by EeStairs®soon turned out to be a great success.

Besides attracting enormous interest, there are now also a large number of satisfied users of the 1m2™. This design makes the most economical use of space possible. Customers use the staircase to access their attics, cellars or roof terrace by a fixed staircase that neither gets in the way nor takes up unnecessary space. A storey height within no more than one square metre – EeStairs had the knowledge to succeed.

Important Notes:
- Speak to one of our advisors before starting your building work.
- For patent purposes actual staircase is different than depicted.