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Curtain Wall

Create a Curtain Wall in the Floor Plan, Section/Elevation/IE, or 3D window. Related Topics: Working with Curtain Walls: Overview Curtain ...

Curtain Wall Components

Reference Line The Reference Line is the original input line/polyline/arc you draw in the window. If you use a Boundary method to create a ...

Curtain Wall Edit Mode

Use Edit mode to access and change the individual members of a selected Curtain Wall, or to add new custom members to it. In Edit mode, each Curtain Wall member (Scheme, Frame, Panel, Accessory, Junction) has its own Settings dialog box and its own tool, so you can modify settings and ...

Curtain Wall Accessories

A Curtain Wall Accessory is an optional non-load-bearing member - such as a sun shade, a decoration strip or a canopy - attached to the Curtain Wall at any Frame. In ARCHICAD, accessories can be placed one by one, in Curtain Wall Edit mode only, using the Accessory Tool. An Accessory can be ...

Curtain Wall Panels

Panels are the flat surfaces - generally glazed - of the Curtain Wall. Panels are automatically placed between Frames and onto the Base Surface. A Curtain Wall has two predefined classes of panels, Main and Distinct. However, you can add more Panel classes as needed: see Curtain Wall Panel ...

Curtain Wall Renewal

The Curtain Wall tool has been renewed as a powerful design tool for mid-to large-size architectural offices. We focused on improving the design ...

Curtain Wall Edit Mode

Use Edit mode to access and change the individual members of a selected Curtain Wall, or to add new custom members to it. In Edit mode, ...