We’ve been placing wall in our Revit model. So far, we use generic type. It only has one layer, so you might not notice that you can actually define exterior and interior wall. Activate modify tool. Select one of your wall. You should see arrow symbol to flip your wall. The arrows are supposed to […]
Can I add pattern to my roof in Revit Architecture? Sure! Image above is actually plotted from sheet. You can apply surface pattern to your family for this purpose. Open your roof type properties, edit the material. Duplicate any material from the list, rename it. Now we will apply pattern to this material. Understanding Pattern […]
In the previous tutorial, you have placed walls in Revit model. Now, we will placing doors and windows to our Revit model. You will be introduced to instance parameters, so you can have your own family type. Doors and windows are Revit hosted components. It means you can only place them hosted to other component: […]
In previous Revit tutorial, you’ve been introduced about placing exterior wall. Now, we will place the remaining wall. If you are new to Revit, you may want to check our Revit tutorial from the beginning. There’s no difference between placing exterior or interior wall. Only the wall’s properties might be different. And it’s easier to […]
We have created new levels in our Revit project. Now we are going to place walls. Let’s start from exterior walls. If you are new to this site, you can see the Revit tutorial contents list here. Open 1st Floor View. Double click 1st Floor under floor plan views, in project browser. You will see an […]
In this Revit Architecture tutorial, we define levels and edit the level name.
In this Revit Architecture tutorial, we learn how to work with views and working with view navigations.
This is the second of Revit tutorial series on CAD Notes. If you new to Revit, you might want to see the first tutorial: introduction to Revit Architecture. I believe that first thing you should getting familiar with, when learning Revit is the interface. Sure, all Windows compliant software might look and taste the same. […]