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Fri, Dec 9, 2016 at 3:42:10 PM | Corner details (Elevation)

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Hi,

Please see attached image. I'm working through my first revit project, and this corner detail is causing me an absolute nightmare!

As the screenshot shows, i intend to apply a cladding treatment to the wall make up as shown, however i'm not sure how i'll be able to continue this cladding treatment of the edging of the side brick wall? I've tried to see if i can "create parts" to split the walls, the idea being that i can apply an extrusion and apply a surface treatment to match, but in doing so, the cavity is revealed.

 

Any idea guys?

 

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Fri, Dec 9, 2016 at 6:18:27 PM | Corner details (Elevation)

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Sorted!- school boy joining error!

 

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Fri, Dec 9, 2016 at 6:35:30 PM | Corner details (Elevation)

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If there is no cavity in that wall, you can paint the ends of that wall.   It looks like you have already turned off wall joins so it doesn't join with the clad wall.  If you only want to see the end of the face brick, Then let the walls join, split-face and paint the cladding.

 

If the wall has a Otherwise, a solution is to add a short wall at the corner.   That might just want to be a plain brick wall depending on your envelope needs.   The problem with this is that Revit has a paroblem with very short walls and you have to work with that problem.  I think I would just let the walls join and split-face the end of the cladding and paint the brick.


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Fri, Dec 9, 2016 at 9:43:09 PM | Corner details (Elevation)

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Hi WWHUB,

 

Many thanks for your help again. That's a good suggestion didn't think of that. I ended up joining and use a mitre cut to get the finish and seems to have worked a treat!

 

As a matter of interest, is there a way for the underlay to show the ful construction of walls below to include all lines which make up the wall as opposed to just an outline?

 

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