A spiral staircase with clear glass railings and natural oak steps. Bags are stalled up in the shop.  A spiral staircase with clear glass railings and natural oak steps. The exterior of Longchamp Paris, in a shopping street with people.Overview of Longchamp Paris, a bag shop, with a desk, bags and spiral staircase.Closeup of the back of a spiral staircase with natural wooden steps and glass railings.

EeStairs was appointed by Marcel Boom Interiors to contribute a staircase to the renovation of luxury leather goods company, Longchamp’s shop in Liege, Belgium. The co-creators faced a significant challenge, to break down the old store in 10 weeks and open the new shop to customers 12 weeks later – which was achieved.

The existing concrete staircase was replaced by a compact helical staircase manufactured and installed by EeStairs, based on the designs of Longchamp’s architects. The glass balustrade fixed to the helical staircase is complemented by subtle mirror elements, which creates an attractive feature that draws shoppers in to visit the first floor after entering the shop.

The staircase also features EeStairs’ hugely popular and equally exclusive EeSoffit finish, which benefits from a stylish glossy finish befitting of Longchamp’s high-end brand identity. Subtle LED lighting adds to the staircase’s attractive appearance as do natural oak treads which perfectly contrast with the statement stair’s use of white.