Hi all, I like using zones to illustrate different areas and it works
really well. However, when preparing layouts with furniture all of the
object fills sit on top of the zone (as image attached). So I set an
override to make all cover fills transpa...
Hi all, I frequently design bespoke furniture elements and have started
to model these in ArchiCAD rather than only 2D. I'm interested to hear
how people do this in their work. I currently model it off to one side
so I can create views / 3D documents...
I work mainly in interior refurbishment and it is not uncommon to work
with buildings which have changes in slab level or recessed/raised areas
in the structural slab. As part of interior fit outs there is also the
possibility that I would want to in...
Thanks Ling, I think I've tried most of the options with the stair views
but the zone fill never shows how I want it to. I think it's best to
change how I do my drawings to be honest and only use the zone fills for
smaller scale schematic drawings. I...
Lingwisyer wrote: Could you reduce your Relative Floor Plan Range so
that they are not drawn? This can be View specific. Thanks I will try
that. Stairs are an issue when they overlap, I use the fill of the
current stair to hide part of the one below....
Thanks for these, the issue is that the slab will then still cover the
zone fill - as per the top right of the screen shot. I can't bring the
zone to the top because it will cover the stair, the stair can't be
transparent because it's hiding elements...
Thanks Erwin, good to hear it works. So if the furniture is revised in
the separate PLN do you just re-save the library part and update in the
main model? Sounds like that could be a really nice way of doing it. How
do you document the furniture piec...