Split Stairs | Bifurcated Stairs

Collection of plan and elevation drawings of Split | Bifurcated Stairs measuring height and width

Split Stairs, also known as Bifurcated Stairs, have one sweeping set of wider steps that split off into two smaller flights going in opposite directions; these ultimately reach the same horizontal level. The two more narrow flights start at the mid landing, and the railing of the stairs starts at the base of the wide stairs and continuous up to the top of the narrower flights. These stairs are suitable for the interior of public modern buildings at their entrance hall to create a very grand appearance.

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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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Drawings include:
Split | Bifurcated 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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