How to Add a Storefront to an Existing Wall


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Adding a storefront to an existing wall

Store fronts are a special type of curtain wall that interior designers can really take advantage of. The wall can act as a stand alone wall, and it can be embedded into other walls. This ability allows a designer to create what looks like a complex set of windows. And it also replaces any single or complex set of maybe joined windows that you might have been contemplating. Let's take a look at how to use a store front wall. Let's go to Floor Plans, under the Project Browser, and go to First Floor. Click on that.

And let's go to the lower portion near the entrance where there's two rooms that are already made. And what we're going to do is we're going to create two sets of embedded storefront windows. What I want you to do is go to the Architecture tab, click on the walls Icon, and in the Type selector, go down until you see Storefront and pick it. Now in this case, we need to set up a few properties.

So I want you to come in to Properties, and under Top Constraint what you'...

Adding a storefront to an existing wall
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Adding a storefront to an existing wall provides you with in-depth training on CAD. Taught by Ed Cotey as part of the Revit for Interior Design: Interior Walls

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