Because I know how much you like details, here is the information I just sent to BIG about all of the large Red panels, which we are installing first:
All Red Panels are 49 1/2" high, Centered on the vertical middle of the Black Fabric section of the Columns (Which is 46" high) So there will be a 1 3/4" overlap top and bottom.
Between front Columns and Screenwall
2 Red Panels, 18" wide
Between Front Two (Right) Columns, Far Wall from Door
83 7/8" total width, divided into 3 Panels.
We decided 27 7/8" per panel.
Between Rear Side Right Column and Rear Corner
84 3/4" to back wall.
Just make 3 Panels 27 7/8" each. The rear panel will be hidden just
over an inch from the rear wall panel.
Baseboard will have to be mitred with Right Rear Corner. Remember the
side wall is mounted on the wall. The rear baseboard is mounted 2"
out. So mitre in person.
Right Rear Corner, Between Side Wall and Rear Right Column
38 1/4" between column and Side Wall. Make baseboard the entire
length so we can mitre it to join the side one.
Red Panel in this section will need to be custom due to fitting it around the rack space.
We should cut and measure in person.
68 7/8" total length
3 Panels. What do you think, 22 7/8" each?
Left Rear Corner
38 1/2" to Left Side wall Do not cut baseboard short due to mitring
with Left Side Rear Area
1 Red Panel I think. Remember it would be 1" shorter due to side
panel, and it will not have a camfer on one side.
Left Side Rear Area
85" to rear wall
Make 3 Panels 27 7/8" long.
Baseboard will need to be cut to mitred length with Left rear corner area.
Middle Door Section
** Note, I don't know about how we should cut baseboard and camfers
here. There is a small gap between the door itself and the casing,
so we can just mount the panels to the edge of the gap here and
probably not worry about it rubbing, and on the hinge side, I think we
are completely safe due to the wide throw hinge. The baseboards are
another story. The entire width is about 83 3/4". We might be
able to Cut the baseboard at an angle at the door opening side so it
closes completely flush with the other piece of baseboard, but on the
hinge side we might need to leave a small gap.
Depends on how the door actually opens with panels in place.
From rear column side to the inside of the door casing is exactly 28"
Door itself is 27 7/8"
From Front side column to inside of door casing is 27 3/4"
Between front left column and screenwall, another 18" red panel.
There will be custom floor to ceiling black panels in front of the two
front red panels to make sure the screenwall panels are removable. I
think once our blocking is in, we can make it like a 2x4 block (small
piece, painted black) mounted to the wall. The side black panel will
just go all the way to the block, and then the screenwall side black
panels will be able to be mounted an inch out from the wall on the
same block. There will be no camfering on this corner, so it will be
flush, allowing the screenwall panels to be removed without removing
the side panels.
Just so the rest of you know, someone brought up a question, "Why didn't I paint all of my walls black". Well other than I didn't need to, writing notes and drawing lines on them becomes a big pain if you do that. It turns out though, that we all make mistakes in planning and noticed that the fabric section of the columns is recessed a little from the column itself. Also, some columns aren't exactly flush with the wall. Since the Red panels are vertically longer than the fabric area by 3 1/2", they can only rest flush against the side of the column. So there is a small space between the red panel and the fabric, where the wall could be visible. So I am taping the sides of the columns up and painting small black vertical lines against them a few inches wide to resolve this issue.