For walls that seperate private units in an appartment building we commonly use a load bearing wall in which two structural skins are seperated by a layer of acoustic insulation -> concrete/masonry + insulation + concrete/masonry (see attached image).
Problem: ArchiCAD doesn't allow me to define two core skins either side of a finish/other skin.
Currently I have defined all the skins in the composite as Core elements. This however means that when I save a view showing "Core of load-bearing only", the insulation for these walls are also shown, which I do not want.
Does anyone know of a method to define a composite structure where the outher skins are defined as "Core" and the inner skin is defined as "Other"?
Archicad user since April 2014 (v17 - v24) - Dell Precision T5820 - 32 GB / Nvidia Quadro P2000 - Windows 10 Pro 64
Alternative is to draw two ' half' walls. I would not overlap the reference line though. There are some limitations with complex profiles and scheduling (can't remember what right now, but recall I had some issues), simply because complex profile can be any shape and composite by default pretty much is straight in all directions.