|A movable wall that is either movable, such as folding wall or a sliding wall, or can be easily removed as a removable partitioning or mounting wall. Movable walls do normally not define space boundaries and often belong to the furnishing system.
|A wall-like barrier to protect human occupants from falling, or to prevent the spread of fires. Often designed at the edge of balconies, terraces or roofs.
|A wall designed to partition spaces that often has a light-weight, sandwich-like construction (e.g. using gypsum board). Partitioning walls are normally non load bearing.
|A pier, or enclosure, or encasement, normally used to enclose plumbing in sanitary rooms. Such walls often do not extent to the ceiling.
|A wall designed to withstand shear loads. Such shear walls are often designed having a non-rectangular cross section along the wall path. Also called retaining walls or supporting walls they are used to protect against soil layers behind.
|A massive wall construction for the wall core being the single layer or having multiple layers attached. Such walls are often masonry or concrete walls (both cast in-situ or precast) that are load bearing and fire protecting.
|A standard wall, extruded vertically with a constant thickness along the wall path.
|A polygonal wall, extruded vertically, where the wall thickness varies along the wall path.
IFC4 DEPRECATION The enumerator POLYGONAL is deprecated and shall no longer be used.
|A stud wall framed with studs and faced with sheetings, sidings, wallboard, or plasterwork.
|User-defined wall element.
|Undefined wall element.