What you show is what you will get.
The complex profile shape is extruded along the length of the wall.
It is not a wall you can bend.
If you need it to be a wall, then all I can suggest is to place a regular curved wall.
Intersect it with your profile wall.
Then do a Solid Element Operation to form an 'intersection'.
Make sure the curved wall and complex profile wall are in different layers with different intersection group numbers otherwise they will automatically try to trim each other.
My layer for the complex profile wall is also set to 'wire frame'.
Hide the layer for the operator (complex profile wall).
This way it is still a wall and you can add doors and windows.
Otherwise you could use a 'shell' and adjust the perimeter (boundary) shape of the shell.
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