I am thinking about possibly converting an existing spiral stair case to regular type staircase. Before I start calling companies I wanted to here from architect readers if it is possible to begin with.
The spiral stair case is in the middle of an open-floor first floor and it goes two levels. The floor to ceiling height between first and second floor is 103″. First floor ceiling to second-floor floor is 14″ thick. Second-floor level isn’t open floor plan so it has three walls surrounding the staircase. Second-floor floor to second-floor ceiling is 104″. Second-floor ceiling to third floor floor is 14″ thick.
The spiral staircase opening is 75″ by 75″ square for each floor level.
Is it possible to build a staircase that turns twice or three times on each floor?
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