LG House - Interior Stairs

LG House (Edmonton)
Design :: thirdstone inc. [^]
Photography :: Merle Prosofsky

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Bud Dietrich, AIA added this to A Guide to Staircase Design & Construction14 May 2018

A straight-run stair is just that: A stair that doesn’t turn or curve or something else. It just simply travels in a straight line from a lower floor to an upper floor and vice versa.Though we’ll be looking in detail at a closed-riser stair, this stair has open risers. Some building departments don’t allow such a stair design, as there’s a fear that small children may slip between the treads and fall.What’s interesting in this stair is that the open risers are kept narrow, 4 inches or less, to comply with the local building code and still be open.

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MARTHA BENEKOU added this to stairs14 Sep 2019

εδω φαινεται οτι υπαρχει αρκετο φωσ στο σημειο της σκαλας διοτι υπαρχει λευκος χρωματισμος και επισης δεν προδιδεται ο χωροσ πισω απο τη σκαλα

Nigel added this to Stairs27 Jun 2019

As we will have a wall against one side, this is what it's going to feel like (but NOT the spaces in the steps, just the wall).

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