How can I create two buildings on top of each other with exact same dimensions and two different names in JOSM?

asked 10 Aug '18, 14:25

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Could you explain what is the situation on the ground, which makes you try this?

(10 Aug '18, 14:37) kocio

I want to create two buildings, one on the ground and the other on top of it, but they don't belong to one building, they have different name but exact same address in map

(10 Aug '18, 14:44) BAH

I still can't imagine that. Maybe you just mean one building consisting of two building:part=*?

(10 Aug '18, 14:50) kocio

so is it possible to have different names for these two floors by using building:part=* ?

(10 Aug '18, 14:54) BAH

Yes, but whether that's the best way to represent the situation on-the-ground isn't clear. Can you please describe the situation in reality that you're trying to represent in OSM?

(10 Aug '18, 16:40) alester
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