Design - Stair Building Project Planning
The design of a stairway or home is usually referred to as the planning stage. The design can also represent a type of construction or building. The picture below represents the floor plan of a stairway that is going to be located inside of a two-story home.
Usually architects and engineers provide the
forethought necessary to design a building. The design of the building
will include all of the information necessary to assemble it, according
to local building codes, using common construction practices.
Stairway DesignsStraight Stairs: A Straight stairway design is a set of stairs that won't change directions. Straight stairs remain in a constant Straight line, providing users with an unobstructed path.
Landing Stairs: This would be a set of stairs that goes up to a stair landing and then continues the rest of the way until it reaches the next floor level.
Circular Stairs: a set of circular stairs is a stairway that curve in one direction or another. Some circular stairs are elliptical, while others can be built using a simple circle.
Stair Design Tip: The stairway is a vital component to any building and should be planned and designed accordingly. Verify and double check all of your elevation and floor plans for any irregularities or potential problems, before starting construction.
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