Quarter-Turn | L-Shaped Stairs

Dimensioned plan and elevation drawings of a Quarter-Turn | L-Shaped Stair measuring height and width

A Quarter Turn staircase changes its direction to the right or left, but the affected portion of the turn introduces a quarter space landing or winders. The flight of stairs turns 90°, as it rises to connect two different levels, so it is also called a L-stair. L-shaped Stairs have many advantages; they provide a visual barrier between floors to add privacy, and they can somewhat aid in sound transmission between floors if the stairs are contained within walls. The landing can provide a place to stop and rest when ascending, and the staircase is safer than straight stairs, as the central landing can reduce the number of treads when falling.

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Width (Min.): 36” | 91.4 cm
Rise (Max.): 7” | 18 cm
Run (Min.): 11” | 28 cm
Landing (Min.): 36” | 91.4 cm
Handrail Height: 34”-38” | 86.5-96.5 cm

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Quarter-Turn | L-Shaped Stairs side elevation, side (person), front, plan

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Stairs, stairways, staircases, or stairwells, are building components that provide users with a means of vertical movement with the distribution of separate and individual vertical steps. In buildings, a flight of stairs refers to a complete series of steps that connects between two distinct floors.

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