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Raising the roof

Artisans
Step by step
By Quentin Casey

Dominion Stair Co. is a small outfit, but it ships its creations around the world, from Atlanta to Bermuda and the Turks & Caicos. The Halifax company’s custom-built stairs, from helix spirals to free-standing curved stairways, are fashioned from a blend of materials, including steel, tempered glass panels and exotic woods such as Brazilian cherry.

This Dominion Stair project, installed in Nova Scotia, includes three free-standing stairways, complete with a continuous mahogany handrail.

This Dominion Stair project, installed in Nova Scotia, includes three free-standing stairways, complete with a continuous mahogany handrail.

From a condominium in Florida, this project features twin structural steel stairways, clad in mahogany.

From a condominium in Florida, this project features twin structural steel stairways, clad in mahogany.

 
Installed in Bermuda, this Dominion stairway is free-standing and includes cedar woodwork with floating curved glass panels.

Installed in Bermuda, this Dominion stairway is free-standing and includes cedar woodwork with floating curved glass panels.

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