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Peter Vandewalle

Windows in combined walls

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I'd like to see the possibility to have a different opening in an inside wall and an outside wall for the same window. An opening in a brick outside wall normally is 10 cm less large and 5 cm less high then the opening in the inside wall (brick, concrete or wood). I allways need to decompose these walls into 2 parts one besides the other and make an empty opening in the outside part to do what I want.

While you're at it, a sill usually is even 10 cm larger then the outside opening. It's hard to explain what I mean without a drawing, so if you'd like me to explain it further with a drawing, please send me a mail.

Thanks,

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