I see there have been a lot of posts in the past on the topic of double wall construction. But I cant find any on this particular style. I am planning of building a shop building. What I would like to do is use double 2 x 4 construction with OSB ripped to 12 inch strips for the top and bottom plate. These sections would be 8 feet high, running the length of the side wall. where the OSB ends they would share a common 2 x 4, so that they would all be connected together. This would makd a wall 12" thick. To fasten the delta rib tin I would run it horizontally accross the studs. For insulation I would use 2" of spray foam followed with net and bib for the balance of the insulation. To get the 16' high wall I would set another set of the pannels or prefab sections on top. I suspect I would have to have some type of diagonal bracing or shere panel some where in each wall. I know the trusses would have to fall on top of a stud that went all the way to the floor for strength.
Does any one see any problems with this method. It would allow for a lot of insulation. All the electrical would be in conduit in side the building after it is lined. I would also limit the windows to just a few.