This is a partial cross-sectional view of a balcony. Apply liquid waterproofing to the wall to a height of about 100mm. To do this, you have to break through the structural wall. I'm curious about how archicad does it.
I'm thinking about picking a wall. Could it be wrong? 1. Liquid waterproofing is done by turning the wall downward/upward. I did that in places where the liquid waterproofing was 1100mm, such as in the bathroom. In this case, there is no way to enter by picking off the wall. 2. I'm asking this question because I think I heard someone a long time ago about processing with rail. This is a question for experts: What is the best material to use for structural walls? a. I think the object seems to have poor connectivity with the wall next to it. b. Should I process it with beam? c. Should I set it to wall or change the setting value in Layer from 1 to 2 and set it to SEO?
1. I don't understand "03 - set surface to show waterproofing". What should the wall liquid waterproofing and protective mortar that appears in the cross section be made of? 2. I excluded the object due to connection issues with other walls among the four walls. The reason it is viewed as a wall, beam, and rail is because it considers the connection between liquid waterproofing and protective material.