Within DomuS3D, there are a number of ways that you can create a pillar (or column). The easiest way is to use the Create Pillar command (for more information on this command, see this article).
When you create a pillar with this command, it will be adjacent to a wall, but not connected structurally (as you can see in the below image). When tiling this wall, the portion of the wall covered by the pillar will not be tiled, thus resulting in the correct (realistic) installation over the entire wall.
If you would like the pillar to become part of the wall where it is positioned, right click the pillar and select Attach.
This command will integrate the pillar into the wall, creating a more realistic representation of the structural entity.
If you want to create a pillar in a corner or angle, you can use a second method, as well, shaping the wall and adding a recess (for more information see this article).
A third way is to trace interior walls on the main wall. For example, let’s take a look at the wall below:
With the New Wall command, you can draw the single pillars and immediately set the correct width (for more information on changing the width of a wall, see this article).
After completing this process, your wall will look like this:
This article is valid for the 2020 version and later.