This question is more Revit oriented. I’m wondering if there is a chance to create a wall type that has a hollow core, so I can put a concrete wall (structural) inside it. I want to have the finishing separated from the concrete wall.
I don’t want a case like this:
because when I place a door (for ex.) I’ll just have a structural concrete wall with a shaft in it and I really want 2 walls at the sides of the opening and a beam element at the top of the door.
So, if I could have it independently I can model my structural elements avoiding the opening set by Architecture.
Question 1: Is it possible to do this? I’m open to suggestions here.
Another option that came with is to define the finishing elements independent for each side of the wall and place them where they will be, but if I create a door or a window and put it one of the finishing elements, it will have the finishing thickness and not crossing to the other side of the wall so the other finishing is getting open.
Question 2: Is there a way to adjust the door/window family to do this?
Question 3: Here I’m open to suggestions related to your expertise in this field. How do you deal with openings when Structure and Architecture are being coordinated? In my country, as I said before, we detail the elements independently (beams, walls, etc.)
Thanks in advance for your time and knowledge!