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3D CAD staircase design required

Posted by Beatrice T.



Due date
Tuesday, 25th Sep 2018
We require a 3D CAD design of an internal residential staircase for a mid-century/contemporary home.

This 3D image doesn't need to be rendered to look real (i.e. textures, light sources, etc). We just need a basic 3D that can be rotated which shows where the various components of the staircase goes. How it all works together.

The anticlockwise (from top to bottom) U & L shaped staircase will have three flights of stairs and two landings over a 1.5 storey distance. (Dimensions will be provided.)

We would like three style versions: one with closed risers on timber stringers, a second with open risers on timber stringers and a third with open risers on a central steel spine stringer.

Materials will likely be timber and glass. If the budget permits we might use a steel spine instead of timber stringers.

The first landing will be a half landing (split level), the lower landing will be a quarter landing. There are no winder steps.

The centre part of the staircase will feature a glass balustrade with a contempory square style timber handrail.

The spandrel space underneath will either be a feature a Book Nook (a timber level with a padded sitting area with some cushions and shelving for book storage).

Finally, one external side of the staircase will be partially open to the adjoining space, which will feature vertical timber battens (spaced 90mm) the full span between the two floors as an architectural detail.

See attached sketches for concept layout and dimensions.
  • examples of their own 3_d cad staircase work
  • a contemporary / mid_century aesthetic
  • architectural qualifications
Natalie D.
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Hello - please view my profile for examples of my work. I have modelled many staircases before and it seems my design style is what you're after.
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I have noticed this job come up a few times.

Each time it is posted you decrease the budget.

Not a cool way of doing business.
Hi Brent,
The first time I posted this job it was for $100. The other couple of times I reposted the job it was for $200. The reason I haven't selected anybody yet is because we have had some personal family issues that were more important, so the job was postponed, then time ran out. The job has now been reissued, and yes I have decreased it to $175 because I have now provided comprehensive sketches which have taking me significant time to draw. A $25 decrease does not make me unprofessional, however your comment certainly speaks volumes about your lack of professionalism.
I don't believe that for a second. Good luck with your project.
Thank you for proving my point.
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