Creating Void within a curved wall

I’m sort of a newbie when it comes to grasshopper but I have been recently diving deeper into it and trying to gain a better understanding especially with it’s integration with Rhino inside of Revit. I’m currently working on a project for school and I need some assistance with subtracting a hole based off a curve and having it translate into Revit.

I included both the rhino and grasshopper script, I baked in the wall to give a better understanding of how I want to form the shape.

Any help would be greatly appreciated!

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Hi Ethan, Here is something similar to what you are doing.

Thank you for the response. I was wondering if there was a way to convert a brep into a revit wall. I have sort of given up because I think most of my curves are too complex to actually create the void so instead is it possible to create a wall out of a brep? If so I would manually create all of the window openings and than just translate it back into revit

Your geometry sort of comes in as a DirectShape in the Wall category.

When bringing in Geometry to Revit it needs to conform to the Revit geometry tolerances.

We attempt to import as much as possible, the smaller of the two breps isn’t getting closed.

I was using the circles and what not as a facade so I’m fine leaving them as a DirectShape, I was wondering if it’d be possible to turn this closed poly surface for example into a revit wall so I could just add a window and what not.

Currently using this wall as an example because I know it’s going to give me the most issues.

DirectShape is going to be the way to go. Revit isn’t conducive for that type of geometry in its native walls / windows.

You can create a Native Revit wall by Curve or by Profile.