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The straight staircase generally has one straight flight of stairs, or sometimes two separated by a landing part way up. The straight staircase enables the user to continue going in the same direction between two consecutive floors.
This type of stairway is economical and easy to design with all types of possible stringers. However, it uses more floor space.
Intermediate landings can be incorporated into a straight staircase, making it safer with a resting place partway up.
With the exception of a landing between two flights of stairs, all the treads are rectangular and of the same dimensions.
L- Type Staircase
L Stairs can be more visually interesting. They provide a visual barrier between floors so they can add some privacy. L Stairs can help somewhat with sound transmission between floors if the stairs are contained within walls. Some believe they are safer than straight stairs as the central landing reduces the number of treads one could fall in a given flight. The landing can provide a place to stop and rest while ascending. They can be located in a corner of a room if this works better for your design.
U- Type Staircase
U Stairs may be constructed may be either as wide U or narrow U stairs. Both have two flights of steps parallel to each other with a landing between. The difference between wide and narrow U stairs is the space between the two flights. Narrow U stairs have little or no space between the flights while U stairs have a well hole between.
One of the easiest staircases to incorporate into a small space
More visually interesting than a Straight or 90° Staircase
Landing platforms can make stairs easier to navigate by providing natural resting areas
Stairs of this type have a stair flight resembling a circle or a part of it in its shape and a central, vertical, support post to which wedge-shaped treads are fixed. Due to the spiral shape, such staircases can fit into small spaces. However, such staircases are not convenient for frequent use and fast climbing.
Spiral stairs are often confused with curved stairs. Although both types of stairs follow a helical arc (like the shape of a spring), spiral stairs usually are made very compact and the treads radiate around a center pole.