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akkarar
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Bifurcated staircase in revit architecture

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01-29-2009 01:59 AM
has anybody tried to make bifurcated(it is the staircase which has wide flight at the start which is subdivided into narrow flights at the mid landing.the 2 narrow flights start from either side of the mid landing) stair case?plz tell how could i make this type of stairs.................help........ Edited by: akkarar on Jan 29, 2009 10:00 AM
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melarch
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Re: Bifurcated staircase in revit architecture

01-29-2009 04:02 AM in reply to: akkarar
The best way to create this bifurcated stair is to create a floor at the height of the landing. No additional Levels need be created, but if you feel theneed to have a level make sure you created it without any plan (floor or ceiling) entries in the Project Browser. Just uncheck Plans on the Option bar when creating a new Level. Creating a non Project Browser Plan level allows you to select the level for setting parameter heights when doing stairs or other system based components (i.e. walls, floors, ceilings and roofs).

Then create your first run up to this non Project Browser entry floor by setting the stairs height to the height of the floor. Then create the two stairs from this non Project Browser entry floor to the next level above.

Mel Persin, aia

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