A list of volumes that you can define the roof style to be. Note that if a volume has another volume defined on top of it, the type of roof is restricted to flat.
What type of roof should BuildR render.
Flat roofs are flat and have no further features.
These roofs have an initial floor, followed by a defined roof section and then filled with a final flat roof. A style that is prevalent in Paris and Dickensian London.
A roof that is sloped on all surfaces at a specific angle.
Height The height of the tallest point of the roof in meters.
(For mansard roofs) The depth of the initial floor between the parapet/facade and the angled roof face.
Overhang The amount in meters that the roof overhangs the facade.
The main roof texture. Used to texture the sloped parts of roofs or in the case of a flat roof, the whole section.
A surface used to texture wall parts of the roof. Mainly the parapet.
In mansard roofs, this surface will be used to texture the floor section between the facade and the pitched section along with the flat section at the top.
Does the roof design have a parapet.
The common, simple wall parapet.
More complex medieval style parapet used in castles and defensive walls
The height in meters of the parapet wall.
The extrusion outward from the facade of the parapet wall.
The extrusion inward of the parapet wall.
Each facade can be gabled.
The thickness in meters of the gable wall.
The additional height lent to the gable above the roof height.
Should we generate a simple gable suitable for the style of roof.
Style Assign a gable design
BuildR 2 – Roofs