The One About Sloped Glass and Revit

Walls in Revit like to run in the Z plane (the Z plane being strictly vertical, straight up and down, no wiggles, wiggling, or peering in the downward direction).  Designers like to push around the notion that walls shouldn’t have to on in the Z plane.  Why shouldn’t walls have their own existential crisis where they ponder their “wallness?”  Perhaps they would conclude that they are not defined by a cartesian coordinate system, but by their designed intent…Revit can help, but you have to help it help:

-dave.

btw – midterms impact the brains of all those associated with them.

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