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    Hi,

    I looking for a method to finish a parapet on moderns houses.
    In french, we say "couverture d'acrotère", could you help me ?

    Thanks
    Il vaut mieux un qui sait plutôt que dix qui cherchent

    I'm Just simple Architect en France !

    #2
    Is there any particular reference that you could post to clarify a little?
    Juan Carlos Moreno
    Store Designer & Merchandising Manager
    Sisley Cosmetics

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      #3
      I would like to make similar of join picture
      Attached Files
      Il vaut mieux un qui sait plutôt que dix qui cherchent

      I'm Just simple Architect en France !

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        #4
        What part of the building are you refering too? Could you maybe hilight it? Google translate won't give me any usable translations for "couverture d'acrotère"
        Klaus Munkholm
        "Do. Or do not. There is no try."

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          #5
          Its the parapet cap I believe. Google the term and chose images. without translating


          You can change edit your wall type> edit structure> add a sweep to your wall> Load a profile that has the parapet cap that you want to use, set its location etc.

          I don't have revit in front of me at the time to double check
          Juan Carlos Moreno
          Store Designer & Merchandising Manager
          Sisley Cosmetics

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            #6
            I cannot understand how people can fold pages of of books this way.
            I Think the answer would be here very soon if this was a French forum. If I understood right it would be something like - Just place walls, floor, roof just like in real life - I think it's about attika floor on top of the building?
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              #7
              I beleive a wall sweep is what pcamilti wants.
              If so, pcmamilti, get into profiles!
              Gonçalo Feio
              "Ignorance, ignorance, sheer ignorance - you know there's no confidence to equal it. It's only when you know something about a profession, I think, that you're timid and careful." George Orson Welles

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                #8
                Originally posted by JCM View Post
                Its the parapet cap I believe. Google the term and chose images. without translating


                You can change edit your wall type> edit structure> add a sweep to your wall> Load a profile that has the parapet cap that you want to use, set its location etc.

                I don't have revit in front of me at the time to double check
                Hi all, French and English speaking users!

                you're right Juan, pcamliti asked about how to add a parapet cap. So your answer is cool.
                it could be also IMHO a wall sweep defined outside the wall type, in fact with the wall sweep tool. maybe it's easier this way to control the ends... my 2cts.

                A brief snapshot here from the French section (hope you don't mind):
                "pcamliti, la solution se trouve dans les profils en relief. il faut que tu charges dans ton projet un profil correspondant à ta couvertine, et tu ajoutes ensuite ce profil avec l'outil Profil en relief. Tu peux aussi comme le suggère Juan modifier la structure de ton type de mur et ajouter de la même façon un profil en relief, à placer au bon endroit. à toi de voir."

                :thumbsup:
                Julien
                "Au royaume des aveugles, les borgnes sont mal vus!"
                P. DAC
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                  #9
                  Hi and thanks, for all reactions. More thanks for Julien translation
                  Il vaut mieux un qui sait plutôt que dix qui cherchent

                  I'm Just simple Architect en France !

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                    #10
                    Parapet and isolation

                    Bonjour,

                    anyone know how to place insulation under parapet.
                    Thank you very much, detail on picture

                    Alfred _ Architect - Paris
                    Exercice Rue de Geneve,jpg.jpg

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