If the black section of wall (in the PDF), is an actual wall family, you should be able to select the existing wall, and change the family type to the curtain wall.
If the black section of wall from the PDF is not a wall element, then you could start by tracing a basic wall over the black "wall" elements, and then change the type to the curtain wall you want. (When I was experimenting with this, drawing a basic wall first gave better alignment of the curtain wall panels.)
Thank you and the tips (pointed angles) are walls, although the curtain wall's mullions & glazing never display correctly. The mullions do not align with the angles, thus making the layout seem impossible.
I would not know how to do what you are wanting in Revit, but in reality (of course you are the designer?) the frame of this curtain wall in that scale at those angles are going to be very intrusive. I would have thought mostly frame not much glass Would you just not do it in glass & not have frames so It may be alot easier to do a curtain wall with no frames, i.e. stiles or mullions.
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