Good time of the day, gentlemen
I need to create a glass dome like that:
By now, the best way I've found to do that, is by creating a single segment of that dome with the curtain wall, and then multiplying it around along the circle:
I wonder wether there is a way to create such dome as a single entity like in Revit. In Revin there are at least two ways to do that. One is to create a curtain wall along the face (the predetermined surface that can be created with any other tool), and another is simply to create a roof in the shape of the given dome, and then ascribe the so called glazed roof to it. The gazed roof is essentially the same as the curtain wall, but is only applicable to surfaces that are not perpendicular to the floor workplanes. The second option would be easier for this particular purpose.
I wonder whether it's possible to do the same in ArchiCAD, and if so, I ask you please to help me with that.
Otherwise, if that is impossible, perhaps you could help me to fix some issues with the dome that I created the way I described above? As each segment is created from its own plane, the mullions are extruded stricly perpedicularly to that plane. As a result, the fissures are formed between each of the segments, and there is a sort of a hole in the appex of the dome: