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A good floor plan starts with defining usable spaces with the help of walls, and being able to modify those walls as needed as your project evolves. In this course, Ed Cotey shows you how to design a space with interior walls, doors, and windows in Autodesk Revit. Design issues such as wall alignment, trimming and extending walls, and splitting walls to make openings and new wall types are also covered. You'll also learn to incorporate some aesthetic elements such as trim and crown molding and apply them to walls.
Hi, My name is Ed Cotey, and welcome to Revit for Interior Design: Interior Walls. This course concentrates on the most important aspect of good floor planning. How to design a floor plan with walls, and how to modify them as your project develops. Additionally, the course looks beyond just designing with walls. Including how to master wall, door, and window alignments, and how to split walls to make openings and new wall types.
I'll show how to use Revit's Curtain Walls for interior use in your design. And finally, we'll see how to use the Family Editor, to create wall trims and architectural moldings and how to apply them to walls. Let's get started with Revit for Interior Design: Interior Walls.
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