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Thu, Sep 7, 2017 at 1:19:23 PM | very complex existing facade to build

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I have a question concerning this facade. I really don't know how should I procede and how to acheive what is on the picture here attached.

1. For the moment I have divided this wall in two different wall types. I physically cut them, but the building is large and has a lot of zig zags. Is there other way to proceed? Maybe to bild a repeatable module ?

2. There is also another problem, please see attached wall zoom, the brick wall is in a shape of triangle. No clue how that was build, as it is an existing building and there is no way to inwestigate. Old plans from 70's show no details. How should I change the bricks profile and create this triangle?

I would appreciate any tip?

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Thu, Sep 7, 2017 at 2:20:03 PM | very complex existing facade to build

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Your questions are not clear.  Some text on them pointing out your problems would be helpful.

From what I see, the two wall types should work fine.   Is the plan what you have accomplished so far?


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Thu, Sep 7, 2017 at 3:23:13 PM | very complex existing facade to build

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Thank you for your answer Smile

This is what I have accomplished for the moment. 

This doesnt solution looks very clean. But for the lack of better ideas. 

 

I have used local model --> wall to build thiis brick wall part but I have read local model cause problems later...whtever that means?



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Thu, Sep 7, 2017 at 3:25:55 PM | very complex existing facade to build

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