We have created ceiling in our Revit model. Now let’s take a look to our void in stair area. There is a gap between floor at 2nd story and 1st floor ceiling. In the real world, of course this is not right. We have to close it. There are several ways to do that, depends […]
Revit Annotations: Dimension
We have done with modeling our building for now. After we placed Revit components, now we can produce descent drawings. Well, we haven’t learn about curtain wall and site/topography which I plan to write later. But let’s have fun for a while. We are going to discuss about the other modeling technique in Revit later, […]
Working with Door and Window Tags
In this Revit tutorial, we will create a view for doors and windows plan. We will hide some details and add door and windows tags.
Defining Room and Room Legend
Room is one type of information you can add to your Revit model. That’s why we call it building information modeling (BIM). It’s not just lines and text. It can hold a lot of information in your building model. This time we will define rooms in our design, and create a room schedule. Let’s open […]
Creating Schedule from Revit Model
From our Revit Architecture tutorial series, in this step, you create a door schedule.
Placing Views to Sheet
From our Revit Architecture tutorial series. In this step, you prepare the sheets for printing.
Playing With Revit Camera
From our Revit tutorial series. In this step, you place camera to present your model
Rendering Your Model
After we have finished creating a 3D model, then it is natural if we need to represent it in a nice photorealistic rendering image. We can do that in Revit, and we don’t need to be a master to produce a nice rendered image. Revit is included with mental ray rendering. It might not be […]