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Curtain Wall Frames

Frames are placed along the Scheme Grid when you create the Curtain Wall. The Curtain Wall’s pattern of Frames and Panels can be defined ...
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Create a Polygon Wall (PolyWall)

To define a polygonal wall block of free shape, choose the Polygon Wall Geometry Method in the Info Box. Polygon Walls can contain Doors or ...
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Curtain Wall System Settings

Use System-level editing to set up or edit the Curtain Wall element as a whole, using a single dialog box. Open Curtain Wall Default ...

Walls

In ARCHICAD, you can draw walls that are straight, curved, trapezoidal and polygonal. Wall structure can basic (of a single component), or ...

Create a Straight Wall

The Single Straight Wall method produces one straight wall element at a time. With the Wall Tool selected, choose the Straight Wall Geometry method from the Info Box and draw the wall segment on the plan.   In both Floor Plan and 3D, you define the length of Wall segments by ...

How to modify the Side Contour of a Wall

Walls in ArchiCAD by default have a uniform height along the whole element. By trimming Walls with Roofs or using Solid Element Operations (SEOs) with the Wall as target and Roofs/Beams/Slabs etc. as Operators, the contours of Walls can again be modified…

Set up Grid Pattern in Scheme Settings

Use the Scheme page of Curtain Wall Settings to set up a Grid pattern in advance, before you place the Curtain Wall. Note: Another approach is to place an empty Curtain Wall boundary and define the pattern graphically. See Create Grid Pattern Graphically. There are three main ...

Create a Trapezoid Wall

The Trapezoid or Non-Parallel method allows you to draw straight Walls whose thickness is not constant.   You draw this type of Wall as a straight Wall, except that you will first enter the thickness of the Wall at its two endpoints, using the Wall Thickness fields in the Info Box ...

Doors/Windows in Curved Wall

Suppose you have placed windows into a straight Wall (at the given distances from either end of the Wall), then later curve the Wall (as in the picture below).   The appearing Openings’ Position dialog box allows you to choose how to handle the openings’ new position ...
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Doors/Windows in Curved Wall

Suppose you have placed windows into a straight Wall (at the given distances from either end of the Wall), then later curve the Wall (as in the ...