Adding a bay window, box window or bow window to your design can be accomplished with the single click of a button, with Chief Architect.
Niches, or wall cut-outs, can be added to any wall in Chief Architect using this method.
Adding curtains or shutters to a window in your design is fast and easy with Chief Architect
The framing around a custom door and window unit can be customized in any way you choose when using Chief Architect.
You can specify the Inset value for a window's frame to control whether it is located near the exterior of the frame, near the interior, or at the center.
A clerestory is an interior wall built above part of the roof with high windows to let in light and can be created using the Roof Cuts Wall at Bottom setting.
You can create dynamically updating window labels easily by taking advantage of the built-in label macros that come with your current version Default profile plan.
Combining, or mulling a custom door and window unit in your plan is easy with Chief Architect.
Window wells enable fast egress for any basement level window.
To create a corner window, first create the desired window on each side of the corner. For best results, the heights, casing, and sills of both windows should be the same. For glass that meets at the corner, specify both windows as Fixed Glass, then use each window’s Move edit handle to position it all the way in the corner, and finally, uncheck Has Corner Post in the Window Specification dialog.
Custom window designs and custom muntins offer endless possibilities for unique window glazing.
A window's Shape and Arch can be set up in the Window Specification dialog to create a wide variety of custom shapes.
Individual windows within a bay, box or bow window can be quickly selected and modified using this method.
Removing extra object labels is easy to accomplish by adjusting the Schedules that control them.
Learn to create or deleting dimensions for your bay, box or bow window using Chief Architect.