Levels of Layers
The ‘Level’ of a layer is relative to the level of the floor in which the layer is created, and can deviate positively or negatively from the floor level. If you change the level to 0.50 m when creating a new layer in the first upper floor, all elements inserted on this layer, such as walls, supports, furniture and fittings etc., are inserted 0.50 m above the floor. For elements such as walls, which automatically adjust their height to the height of the floor, the result is that the walls assume a height given by: Height of floor – Level of layer = Height of element.
For example, if the upper floor is 2.8 m high and the level of the layer 0.5 m, the walls are created with a height of 2.3 m.