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Curved stair with sweeping balustrade

SiRo_Arch
Newcomer
We have been trying to model a stair with two straight runs and a curved portion, with a single sweeping balustrade. As shown on the attached screenshots, it's drawn with two straight reference lines and a semi-circle between.

However we edit both the balustrade settings and the stair, we haven't been able to soften/rationalise both the stair structure and the balustrade. The balustrade splits on the reference line nodes, and we can't figure out how to bypass this, and the structure seems to step on these same nodes.

Any help here would be greatly appreciated, because we've been playing with it all week with no luck!
ArchiCAD 24/25, Twinmotion, Rhino - MB Pro 16
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Hmooslechner
Advocate
Maybe, this could help:

https://bimcomponents.com/GSM/Details/23818

German - turn off the volume..

AC5.5-AC25EduAut, PC-Win10, MacbookAirM1

SiRo_Arch
Newcomer
Thank you This solved the issue but I'm a bit disappointed that there isn't a workable solution within the native object.

It seems like I've maybe missed something because the AC25 stair video at this link seems to show what we're after around the 13 second mark, with a seamless solid panel

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TCFj_Go901Q
ArchiCAD 24/25, Twinmotion, Rhino - MB Pro 16

Barry Kelly
Moderator
SiRo_Arch wrote:
It seems like I've maybe missed something because the AC25 stair video at this link seems to show what we're after around the 13 second mark, with a seamless solid panel

It may not be a 'panel' if that is what you are trying to use.
The wall may be a 'rail' which will appear continuous (depending on the connections used).

Barry.

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