Window Assemblies Styles_9
Unit of Measurement: Imperial
I saw this fabulous door in the September issue of Architectural Record on page 68. Just curious to see if it could be accomplished in ADT using Window Assemblies. The design intent is carried through, but I took the liberty of modifying some of the mullion thicknesses. I also did not carry out the Window Assembly definition to the fullest extent. I used many overrides for Cells, Frames, Mullions, and Muntins. Take a peek and let me know what you think. Enjoy!
Submitted by: John Herridge, AIA
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