A landing can be created between two separate stair segments within Chief Architect.
Create a storage or utility room under stairs by using the Open Underneath setting in the Staircase Specification and drawing walls manually.
Stair rake walls can easily be created in X11 and newer program versions by specifying a railing to be a pony wall and having it follow the slope of the stairs.
An interior staircase must be located in a stairwell, also known as an opening to the floor above. A stairwell is an Open Below room type on the floor above and can be created manually or automatically in most scenarios.
You can draw the desired landing shape using the CAD tools and then convert it into a landing, or an easier method uses the Straight Stair tool.
Create curved stairs using the tools in Chief Architect, or place a spiral staircase from the Library Browser.
Check Allow Wrap on the Style panel of the Staircase Specification dialog and the selected stairs can be wrapped around the corner of a deck or landing.
A staircase with sections defined as Winders in its Specification dialog will expand to fill in any gaps between the side of the stairs and nearby walls.
Both the Draw Stairs and Straight Stairs tools can be used to create a stair section between floor platforms on the same floor of a plan, or form a deck down to the terrain.
You can create stairs that follow your terrain by drawing the stairs in an area defined by Retaining Walls and snapping the stairs to landings at each end.
Staircases can be made transparent so that shelves, cabinets, appliances, or fixtures placed under the stairs may be seen in floor plan view.
Use the Click Stairs tool to easily place stairs between levels on the same floor, or between a floor platform and the terrain, with a single click.
Creating a custom stair railing that has glass panels or cables by manually drawing a railing, applying a panel to it, and setting it to follow your stairs
This Information message will display when a stair section is connected to a landing along an edge that is not the same width as the stairs.
The display of stairs in floor plan view can be customized to include a stair break line, newels, balusters, railing, tread overhang, and stringers.
Creating a custom stair railing can be easy to create in Chief Architect as you can manually draw a railing, apply a panel to it, and have it follow your stairs.
Any stair section can be flared and/or its treads curved using the Flare/Curve Stairs edit button. Only exposed sides of a stair section can be flared. If one side of a stair section is against a wall or wrapped, only the exposed end can be flared.