Architecture / Skin / Staircase

skin / staircase / carriage
skin / staircase / handrail
skin / staircase / landing
skin / staircase / newel
skin / staircase / property
skin / staircase / staircase
skin / staircase / step
skin / staircase / string
skin / staircase / tread
skin / staircase / well
skin / staircase / well

skin / staircase / carriage

skin / staircase / handrail

skin / staircase / landing

skin / staircase / newel

skin / staircase / property

skin / staircase / staircase

altar

angled

box

bracketed

castle

Charon

circular

closed string

cut string

dogleg

double return

elliptical

enclosed

exit

folding

geometrical

ghat

halfpace

imperial

L stair

ladder

  • ladder: A structure of wood, metal, or rope, usually consisting of two sidepieces joined at suitable intervals by bars or rungs, forming a means of climbing up or down at an angle of pitch between 75 and 90 degrees.
  • rung: One of the crosspieces, usually rounded, forming the steps of a ladder.
  • ship’s ladder: A fixed stepladder having an angle of pitch between 55 degrees and 70 degrees, usually equipped with handrails.
  • stee: In local British usage, a ladder or steep stair of simple form.
  • step log: A kind of ladder made by cutting notches into the side of a log. The first ladder of the American Indians.

moving

open

open newel

open riser

open string

open well

quarter-turn

ramp

rood

service

spiral

stoop

straight

three-quarter-turn

turnpike

wall

winder

skin / staircase / step

skin / staircase / string

skin / staircase / tread

skin / staircase / well

Also see Architecture index.