Modeling Stairs

A typical stair consist of Runs, Landing, Supports and Railing. These elements can be independently controlled as well as are connected with each other. For example, if you remove the staircase, railing on the stairs will automatically be deleted. You can model stairs assembling Run Component or by sketching them.

Stair by Run Component

Step by Step guide to creating stairs using Run Component:

Learn about how to create a switchback stairs using this Video Tutorial – by Autodesk

Learn about how to create a custom T-shaped stair using this Video Tutorial – by Autodesk

Stair by Sketching Components

If you would like to create a custom design for the staircase, you may opt for sketching mode where you can sketch stair components to create the overall assembly.

Step by Step guide to creating stairs by sketching:

Learn about how to sketch a stair by using this video tutorial – by Balkan Architect

Multistory Stair

Multistory stair is a great tool to extend your staircase to multiple building levels. If the level heights change, the staircase would also adjust automatically, adding a lot of productivity to your workflow.

Step by step guide:

Learn about how to create a multistory stair by using this video tutorial – by Autodesk

Practice Tutorial

To further practice your skills in modeling stairs, please use the Tutorial below. In this tutorial, you will learn,

  • to add a stair using Run component
  • more about ‘Begin with riser and end with riser’ parameters
  • add an opening in the floor slab

PRACTICE TUTORIAL: “Modeling Stairs

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