Subject 7 - Doors, Windows and Openings
This subject has 6 topics and runs for approximately 12.5 minutes.
7.1 - Doors (2:47)
Doors can be added into walls in a variety of sizes, types, materials, and methods. In this video we'll explore the methodology of adding and editing doors in ArchiCAD.
7.2 - Windows (2:10)
Windows, like doors, can be added into walls in a variety of sizes, types, materials, and methods. In this video we'll explore the methodology of adding and editing windows in ArchiCAD.
7.3 - Openings (2:39)
Openings can cut through any part of the ArchiCAD model. In this video we'll add openings as empty doorways, nieches, and voids.
7.4 - Corner Windows (1:25)
Corner windows allow an ArchiCAD window to be added to the corner of two walls. Some window options also allow for frameless corner glazing junction. In this video we'll use the horizontal multi-sash window to create a corner window.
7.5 - Skylights (1:44)
The ArchiCAD library has a range of skylights that can be added into a single roof element in a similar manner as how a window or door is added into a wall. In this video we'll review the critical settings at play when inserting a skylight.
7.6 - Curtain Wall (1:59)
Curtain wall systems are useful for creating geometric facades, and adding large format glazing beyond the scope of the window tool. In this video we'll use the curtain wall tool to develop facade design options.