In the basic settings of the Kazaplan, the floors are interdependent: when you change the ceiling height of one level, this will raise the upper floors.
If you go from a ceiling height of 2.50 metres to a ceiling height of 3 metres, the upper floors will be automatically raised by 0.50 metres.
If you want to make a half-level between two floors already created, but without changing the total height of the construction, this is possible.
To do so, click on Level settings.
Tick Make floors independent and Confirm.
Then, Add a floor.
To be able to place your floor where you want, untick Below the GF and Above the 1st floor. Also untick the duplication of Walls and Doors, windows and openings to be able to draw these yourself.
In the Advanced settings, note how many centimetres your level begins at in Reference level.
For a floor that starts 1m above the ground, enter 100.
Your new floor has been created. In our example, the new floor has been created between the two pre-existing floors.
Here is a before/after preview in 3D.
Here is a before/after preview of the Level settings.
Your independent level has been integrated between the two existing levels without changing their values.