Circular staircases

40 companies | 176 products
Metal frame / wooden steps / central stringer

Prima is the fruit of the collaboration between Rintal and...

Wooden steps / without risers

The modular concept in...

Wooden steps / overhead / without risers

The Euope design has no strings. The steps are steel bars which are directly anchored...

Wooden steps / central stringer / without risers

The Pentagon Staircase is a solid wood staircase which has been made by hand in most...

Without risers

The stair design...

Modular / lateral stringer / without risers

The staircase with stainless steel modular structure...

Wooden steps / overhead / with risers

The COMPON wooden staircase comprises steps veneered in wood...

Stainless steel frame / glass steps / lateral stringer

The staircase with stainless steel modular structure...

Metal frame / glass steps / lateral stringer

The staircase with stainless steel modular structure...

Metal frame / wooden steps / lateral stringer

Trescalini - Spiral staircase...

Metal frame / glass steps / without risers

The sinuous lines and nimble design...

Lateral stringer / for commercial buildings / with risers

Over the years since our very first spiral staircase was installed...

For commercial buildings / lateral stringer / with risers

Over the years since our very first spiral staircase was installed...

Metal frame / wooden steps / for commercial buildings

Over the years since our very first spiral staircase was installed...

Wooden steps / lateral stringer / without risers

Over the years since our very first spiral staircase was installed...

Wooden steps / lateral stringer / without risers

Oak spiral staircase with twisted column...

Without risers

If you are wanting to replace...

How to choose this product

circular-staircase

The difference between a circular staircase and a spiral staircase is that the former is not supported by a vertical central column. This improves visibility from one level to another, which may enhance the sculptural aspect of the staircase and increase luminosity. On ArchiExpo, such staircases are categorized by properties including structure or materials.

Applications

The curved quality of a circular staircase can create an attractive focal point between floors and spaces in domestic, commercial or public environments. It also may be compact, and is sometimes used for fire exits or maintenance access.

Technologies

Wood, stainless steel, reinforced concrete and other materials are used to make these stairs.

How to choose

Consider whether staircase form or function is more important. Step and handrail dimensions should comply with building codes, and stairs for fire exits and maintenance access must meet applicable safety standards.

Verify that materials are appropriate for user needs. Where young children are present, balusters should not be too widely spaced. Other features, such as lower handrails, may be necessary.

Consider how the aesthetic qualities of the staircase benefit the space. Comfort, noise and ease of cleaning are also important. An organic-shaped smooth wooden staircase may be pleasant to the touch and easy to clean, but can generate more noise than a carpeted version.

Advantages

- May be attractive
- More open than a spiral staircase

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