Staircase Plans with Dimensions

Examples of staircase plans with dimensions. Build with measurements of stairs in plan, sections and 3d models. Types of stairs, parts and realistic images. Lists of quantities according to the shape of the stand.

Staircase Plan with Dimensions

Stairs Floor Plans

SStairs Floor Plans with measures

Plans of Stairs Types

Planimetry: Representation of Stairs in Floor Plans

Straight stairs in Plan
Straight staircase plan for small space.
Representation of Stairs in Plans
Straight stair plan.

How Many Steps does a 3 meter High Staircase Take?

In this example, you can see how many steps a 3-meter-high ladder has, that is, 300 centimeters, or 3000 millimeters. One step should not be higher than 18cm (180mm). Therefore, to calculate it, we divide 3000mm / 180mm.

The result is 16.6. This value must be rounded up to 17. Therefore, 17 steps are needed for a 3-meter-high staircase . You can see it in the following stair plans.

Stair Plans with Measurements
Straight staircase for 3 meters high, with 17 risers. Longitudinal section.
Stair Plans with Measurements
Isometric straight staircase plan, with 17 steps.

Staircase Design Plan with Dimensions PDF

Type of staircase very built, because they do not take up much space. With landing and 2 or 3 supports.

plan of stairs in u with measurements
U-shaped staircase plan with measurements, 2 sections and landing .
Isometric U-shaped staircase, with 2 sections and a landing.
Isometric U-shaped staircase, with 2 sections and a landing .

On the floor plan, you can see the measurements of the footprints, with 275mm each. The treads of an interior staircase at home should be 280mm, as standard measurements. This design, by having the steps open, is not annoying for the footprint of the foot, when we go up.

The following image shows the elevation of the same staircase, which saves a height of 3.20 meters. There are 18 steps. Each step or riser is 172mm, which is within the range of correct measurements for an interior staircase.

U-shaped stair elevation  plan with dimensions
Elevation of U-shaped stairs with measurements, 2 sections and landing.

Later we will see plans with measurements and details of this type of U-shaped stands.

The following is a U-shaped design, with continuous steps, without a break. This staircase model is usually used in small houses and small spaces.

U-shaped staircase, for reduced space, without rest.
U-shaped staircase, for reduced space, without landing.
U-shaped isometric staircase, for reduced space, without rest.

Metal Stairs Plans

Continuing we will see a metallic staircase with its plans and measurements. A modern and elegant iron staircase, designed with three of the most used materials in contemporary interior design: steel, wood and glass, an (almost) perfect combination.

Metal and wood stairs tend to be lighter, since the different elements and pieces that make it up (structural and decorative) are smaller and thicker, making interior spaces look more spacious and modern.

Stair Plan with Central Beam Design

Metal Stairs Plans with Central Beam Design
Staircase plan design with dimensions.
Stair Plans with Measurements
3D stair sketch.
Stair Plan with Central Beam
Stair model with central beam.
Central Beam Stair Design
Stair design with steel, wood and glass.

Stair plan with steel, wood and glass.
Stair dimensions floor plan.
Stair plan with steel, wood and glass.
Elevation with measurements.

Iron Stairs Plans

Next we have the plans with measurements of iron stairs for houses. The 3d views are shown, the staircase in architectural plan with bounded elevations.

Stair Plans with Iron and Wood Measurements

Some of the characteristics of this iron staircase design is that it uses hot steel as the material for the central support beam and cold rolled steel for the structure of the steps, which will later be covered with wood.

This type of stairs has the advantage of being able to be built piece by piece, in the factory, and later moved and assembled in its final place: the home.

Advantages of a Stair with Landing Slab Design

They are easy to incorporate into small spaces and are more architecturally appealing than straight stairs. The intermediate landing makes climbing the stairs more comfortable than a single-shot ladder.

Among its disadvantages, would be that they require more material for their construction, and they can be a little more complex to build.

Stair Plans with Measurements
Side elevation of concrete staircase.
Stair Plans with Iron and Wood Measurements
Plans for stairs with measurements: front elevation.

Metal Stairs with Floor Plan

The following image shows the floor plan of the staircase with a central support beam. The broken lines represent elements that are hidden (under the branches: the central beam). Also the steps that are above the level of 1.20m).

You can see that at the landing, a dividing line has been drawn (the landing or landing itself).

u shaped stairs plan with measurements
U shaped stairs plan with measurements.

The line represents a step on the break itself. This would only be necessary if it was necessary to go up one more step. In front and side elevation views, it is not depicted. It is an option that can be taken advantage of, if one more step is necessary.

Concrete Stairs Plans

U-Shaped Stair Plan with Dimensions

U-shaped Stair Plan with Dimensions
Stairs in plans with measures and dimensions.

U-Shaped Stair Section Plan

U-shaped Stair Section Plan

Stairs plan elevation in pdf.

U-Stair Isometric View

U-Stair Isometric View

Stairs in U with Plans and Measurements

A classic design of U-shaped concrete STAIRS. In the following plan, you can see this example of standard measurements of stairs, where the regulations are respected.

u shaped stairs with landing dimensions
Design of u shaped stairs with landing with dimensions PDF.

Stair Plans in Small Spaces

Wooden Stairs Plans

Modern stairs for 2-story houses can be built with a variety of materials. However, wood continues to be a preferred material, very noble and functional.

Interior Wood Stairs Plans

We generally place wooden stairs in small and reduced spaces, since these are very simple and light.

Wood is a warm material, pleasing to the eye and easy to work with. In addition, it is economical, if compared to steel or reinforced concrete.

Interior Wood Stairs Plans
Realistic, view of the wooden staircase.

They are (wooden) stairs that tend to have rungs over 180mm high, which exceeds what is recommended for residential stairs. In addition, in the event of a fall (hopefully they never exist) wood is less lacerating.

Before designing a wooden staircase, of course, the measurements of the space in which it will be placed must be taken, both length and width, as well as the height of the floor to be saved.

3D view stair with measurements.

The following stair plan image shows an elevation view. It should be noted that it is a design of INTERIOR STAIRS for small spaces, so all the STANDARD STAIRS DIMENSIONS for interior homes are not being complied with.

Plans of Wooden Stairs with measurements
Wooden stair rise with steps with dimensions.

As we can see, with well-defined FLOOR PLANS DIMENSIONS, it would be very easy to build and obtain models of wooden stairs.

Wood Stairs Plans PDF

Wooden Stairs Plans for Houses

Wooden Stairs Plans for Houses
Realistic 3D view.
Lateral side.
Longitudinal section of staircase with dimensions.
Longitudinal section of staircase with dimensions.

For the railings, in addition to manufacturing them in wood, other types of materials such as steel, aluminum and glass are used.

Wooden Stairs Plans for Houses
Longitudinal section of the staircase.
Wooden Stairs Plans for Houses
Isometric view of stairs.
Wooden Stairs Plans for Houses

In the decoration, it is necessary to pay attention to the tone, color and grain of the wood on the floors.

When designing the interiors, you can play with lighting design, textures, plants, among others.


Section in the second flight of a reinforced concrete stairs.

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