Illustration: stock.xchng We have created staircase in our Revit model. But it’s not finished yet. There are some open area we have to close by adding railings. On the balcony at the front and back of the building, and on the void next to our stair. We will finish this in this session. As this […]
We completed our Revit model exterior by creating roof. Now we start working on the interior by creating staircase. If you always create stairs by drafting it in AutoCAD, you will love stair tool in Revit! Revit create stairs automatically, it will also calculate how many risers you should create to the next level. It’s […]
In the previous tutorial, we learn about creating roof in Revit model. We created a sloped roof, and a roof slab below it. We are going to use the roof slab as a gutter. So in this tutorial, we will close it edges using roof fascia. We will learn how to create two profile family, […]
Since Revit 2009, Revit has the ability to use RPC (rich photographic content). You can easily add people, cars, plants or any other entourage available to your model. Revit already has several nice families for you to use. But you might feel it’s not enough, and want to use your own. But how you can […]
Let’s go further with our Revit tutorial. In the last tutorial, we learn about creating floor. Now we are going to create roofs. There are 3 ways to make this building component. By footprints, extrusion, and by face. In this tutorial, we will discuss about creating it by footprints. In your Revit project, open your […]
In this Revit tutorial, we will add more building components. We will create floors in our Revit model.
It’s inevitable when I teach Revit to AutoCAD users: they will compare and ask if they can do it in Revit. One of most popular question is, “I always use AutoCAD blocks for my typical design. So if there’s any changes, all of them that use the same definition will also updated. Can I can […]
Let’s continue our tutorial. You have tried several wall types in the previous Revit tutorial. You might find out that even Revit has many types of walls, you need to define your own types. This is what we are going to do now, creating our own wall types! Type vs Instance Properties First thing first. […]