Week #29 – Stairs, Railings and Landscape

This module primarily focuses on the creation and editing of stairs and railings using a wide variety of methods available within ArchiCAD. The final lesson briefly covers adding fences, retaining walls and landscape elements to your site.

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In this ArchiCAD training lesson we go over the basics of creating and editing stairs, starting with multiple individual slabs, then exploring the Stair objects in the standard ArchiCAD library, and finally building more custom stairs with Stairmaker.

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In this ArchiCAD training lesson we go further into the nuances of creating and editing stairs with different geometries: L-shaped, U-shaped, and straight runs with intermediate landings, as well as custom shapes defined by a fill polygon.

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In this ArchiCAD training lesson we explore more advanced stair creation methods, including spiral stairs, "morphing" stairs to customize the 3D geometry, and the use of independent but coordinated 3D and 2D elements to give total flexibility to your design and documentation.

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In this ArchiCAD training lesson we consider railings in more detail, exploring a variety of options for both stairs and landings.

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In this ArchiCAD training lesson we look at how to add fences, retaining walls and landscape elements to your site.

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