Hi. This question is about creating a good workflow for rhino in architecture as I have been unfortunate to mainly having worked 2D in my previous job and now feels like I have forgotten everything.
The main question is how people do with doors/windows in order to create a non-destructive workflow. What I do is that I draw a floorplan, then use the slab-command to extrude a uniform wall of say 2,5m high. Then I draw a roof etc and create a layer that I call “cutbox” that I use for mapping out the windows etc and then do a bolean divide. Then I reduce the thickness of what is left and I get basic windows, doors that fits into the holes. The issue becomes when I later decide to change the height of this extrusion or change the windows etc. Other softwares uses negative spaces so it is easy to change the openings but I do not believe Rhino suppors this. What I usually do in this case is to split the walls I have previously created using the split command in plan and make a new wall but I am thinking that there must be a nicer way.