Whitfield Ave

Photo Credit: Unlimited Style Real Estate Photography
Architect: Nadav Rokach
Interior Design: Eliana Rokach
Contractor: Building Solutions and Design, Inc
Staging: Carolyn Grecco/ Meredit Baernc

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stevenrandel
Steven Corley Randel, Architect added this to Key Measurements for Designing the Perfect Stairway9 August 2017

The minimum head height clearance per most building codes is 6 ft., 8 in. (80 in.) above the front edge of any tread, which is quite low. It is best to allow as much head height as possible, and 7 feet at minimum. You will see many designs in which the staircase is placed within a two-story space that easily takes care of this issue. When you have three or more floors, stacking the staircases is the best solution. The head height from one follows the one above. This arrangement also helps create a compact and efficient traffic flow. Incidentally, the space below the stairs becomes impractical for use once the head height falls below 5 ft. Unless you are really tight for space, consider that area spent.This photo shows how head clearance is critical at overhanging floors and adjoining staircase ceilings.

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emilia_lopezdiaz
Emilia López Díaz added this to NUEVAS IDEAS7 days ago

barandilla cristal y madera; apoyo cristal

medinagarran
medinagarran added this to stairs4 October 2020

bland flooring which glass accentuates.

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