DCC Randy surprised me a few weeks ago with a set of tracings from all of the Walther's steel buildings. This is really handy as I can draw them for the layout. We'll do that today.
I also stopped by Home Depot and looked at the luan closet doors. This "layout on a door" construction is very cheap and easy, and requires minimal amounts of tools and dust. We'll probably use this for Paul's layout design. Lowe's has a bi-fold door set that would work great and is pre-painted. It is a little smoother than the rough luan doors. The price is $55, but I'll go ask them if they have any scratch and dent deals. Home Depot had a set for $49. We'll use Lowe's dimensions for the design.
ReliaBilt 36" x 80" Flush Hollow Core Composite Interior Bifold Closet Door
Let's go to the drawing board!
We'll, I started playing with it and frankly there are more than a bagfull of marbles here. Radiuses will be tight, elevations even tighter. Its just not enough room.
I'll wait to see the space where Paul moves too. Maybe he can squeeze in 24" deep doors. Right now, there is just too much structure. The next step would be to cut whole structures in half...but not sure he wants to do that.