Enorme scala a chiocciola con diametro di due metri.
La pedata della scala ha una larghezza utile di 96 cm.
Ogni gradino sviluppa in altezza 23 cm ( 3m con 13 gradini).
Il costo di 750,00 € a gradino, comprende tutto, gradino, frontalino inferiore, fianco dx, palo di sostegno, gli elementi di ringhiera, il mancorrente e il primer.
Andamento destrorso (entrata a dx del palo di sostegno).

Più dettagli

750,00 €

Scheda dati

Altezza 23 cm
Diametro 200 cm
Larghezza massima del gradino 47,5 cm
Larghezza massima della pedata 47 cm
Lunghezza massima 106 cm
Materiale Ghisa
Nota 01 Foro per albero di sostegno Ø 8
Nota 02 Albero di sostegno Ø 7,5
Nota 03 Elemento di ringhiera H 80,5 X L 16,5
Pedata 90 cm
Riferimenti storici Epoca tardo Vittoriana
Spessore gradino 2 cm

Ulteriori informazioni

This artifact was designed in India in Delhi, in the late 1800s, the time before the end of British rule on the Indian continent. This scale is common in India, and has been produced since 1850, and is still being marketed today. Much of New Delhi was designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens in the early 20th century, who provided an impressive central administrative area for British imperial pretensions. In his own way, for extravagance and magnificence, it is no different from Washington, or from the Paris of Haussmann and his patron Napoleon III: both cities designed to arouse wonder in the newcomer, expressing the power of the central state. Other clues are hidden from the eyes of the world by their designers: the seat of Parliament (Parliament House), by Herbert Baker, is perfectly visible from the Rajpath, since a democracy capable of deciding was not an essential part of the projects of the Great Britain over India. In fact, the main entrance to the Central Secretariat (North Block) bears this inscription: "Freedom does not fall towards the people; it is this that must rise towards them". An area of ​​the city was dedicated to Edwin Lutyens, the Lutyens' Delhi.

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