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Create a Slanted or Double-Slanted Wall

To draw a wall whose vertical axis is slanted on either or both sides: 1.Go to Wall Settings (Geometry and Positioning panel). 2.Click the desired Slanted Wall Icon. 3.Enter the desired wall angle(s).   A slanted wall tilts in one direction; its two faces are parallel to each ...

Create a Slanted or Double-Slanted Wall

To draw a wall whose vertical axis is slanted on either or both sides: 1.Go to Wall Settings (Geometry and Positioning panel). 2.Click the desired Slanted Wall Icon. 3.Enter the desired wall angle(s).   A slanted wall tilts in one direction; its two faces are parallel to each ...

Slanted Glass Structures

Slanted Glass Structure on a Line Using the ARCHICAD Line tool, draw both the baseline and a contour gradient for the desired glass ...

Use Layers to Prevent Intersections

You can use Layers to control element intersections. To do this, you can vary their Layer Intersection Group numbers in Layer Settings. The numbers under the intersection icon in the Layers panel (Document > Layers > Layer Settings) indicate the number of the intersection group the ...

Intersection of Straight and Slanted Walls

The connection of two Walls and their Fills on the Floor Plan does not match your needs. The intersection depends on the Reference Lines of the Walls (turn on View menu/ On-Screen View Options/ 'Walls & Beams Reference Lines' option), on the geometry…

Trim, Crop and Solid Element Operation Features of ARCHICAD

Trim Slanted Walls to Roof This article discusses the methods to trim a Slanted Wall to a Roof or Shell element. In ArchiCAD 15 there are now three designated roof elements: Multi-plane Roof - New in AC15 Single-plane Roof Shell Tool - New in AC15…

Setting the Window/Door Plane in Slanted or Complex Walls

Windows and Doors can be placed in any type of wall, including polygonal, slanted and complex shapes. If your project contains slanted walls, use the Door/Window Opening Plane icons (Door/Window Preview and Positioning Panel) to make the plane of your openings either associated to the wall ...

Setting the Window/Door Plane in Slanted or Complex Walls

Windows and Doors can be placed in any type of wall, including polygonal, slanted and complex shapes. If your project contains slanted walls, use the Door/Window Opening Plane icons (Door/Window Preview and Positioning Panel) to make the plane of your openings either associated to the wall ...