A few of our users have asked about an assembly approximating the attached screen shot. This was an interesting problem and I thought I might share. This assembly allows flexible sidelite widths and allows the door height to change with the assembly height. Way easier with a Revit family (or a Revit curtain wall), but it's possible with ADT. Just too much work.
Anyway, here's how I did it. Primary grid gets the 6-0 door and the flexible width sidelight (3'-1" and -3'-1" from center). First nested grid is the horizontal divisions for the center, (2'-1" from the grid top) for the door, allowing flexible height. Cell assignment was the door at the bottom and the default glass at the top. Second nested grid is horizontal divisions for the sidelites (same as center but with added 1'-11" from the grid bottom). Top and middle were default glass. Bottom was a window style (go figure) with no frame and no sill. (Tried a panel with a material applied but the orientation put the material on the top - would have had to make a custom material definition to make that work.) I made the "glass" in the window the brick material. It also required an override to the window style display configuration (all plan views, unfortunately) to turn off the glass line in plan. And it required a sill plan override wherein I took the overall width of the wall (1'-4 5/8") minus the frame depth (5"), divided by two (4 13/16") and assigned the divided dimension to the B and D sill depth. Finally, I used the cell markers to turn off the side frame.
Too much work, but it was sort of fun to do and I could modify to use again... Enjoy.