I've been trying the curtainwalls this morning, but it seems doors and windows can't be placed into it like a into composite.
I'm not missing something to make this happen, am I?
I then understand I'd still have the composite, and a curtainwall that emulates the board and bat which replaces the complex profile and columns. In this instance, I can't seem to place openings in the curtain wall as cut-outs for the doors/windows in the composite behind.
Am I misunderstanding?
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I'd do the same, but no need to stack. You could use multiple linked offset profile modifiers that would allow you to change both the height and width of each section. The only separate element would be the battens.
For the battens, they could easily be one complex profile with offset modifiers to adjust as needed.
Each "batten" profile contains three separate (one for each wall section), making it easy to stretch around windows. Wall complex profile set so "nominal width" is the width of the structural framing. The two walls shown are the same complex profile with offset modifiers for the depths and heights.