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Thu, Sep 6, 2012 at 8:41:04 PM | Stair landing question

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I would like to design a 14'-0" high straight run stair, the landing will be at 8'-6". The first flight will have 15 risers at 6.80"; the second flight 10 risers at 6.60". The only way that I can do in Revit was, created two stairs with a floor (landing) in between. Please see attached picture. If I'm following Revit's way, it would have 24 risers at 7".

Does any body can help me to hide those joint lines, as shown on attached drawing? Or if I missed something in Revit which can allow me to do exact what I wished.

Thanks!



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Thu, Sep 6, 2012 at 8:49:40 PM | Stair landing question

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First - Revits way doesn't mean you have to have 7".  If you want 25 risers instead of 24 - then just lower your max riser height and you'll have it.  Just strech out the first 15 risers, then the landing, then the remaining risers.

 

We typically never alter riser heights in stairs.  Is your landing at a fixed level that you must hold to?  If so, then you have no other solution other than what you ahve done.


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