Join Ed Cotey for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating a customized grid for a wall, part of Revit for Interior Design: Interior Walls.
…After you have worked in your building for a…little bit, you may want to create a glass wall.…In most cases using a single panel of glass is probably the best route to go,…because then you can take this one piece of glass, and customize it with grids.…What you do is you draw the, the glass…first, and then you add in, a design for your…grid that will eventually turn into mullions.…Each, gridline that you add to the…glass panel, divides that, panel into separate panels.…
Let's take a look at how this works. We're going to go to the first floor.…Under Project Browser. Just go ahead and click on that.…And we're going to work in the foyer. And I want you to zoom…in here.…Let's say that in this case, we want to design a glass wall.…That eventually from the front doors, you walk in.…You'll have a set of double doors here that…are glass and you walk into the building that way.…So we have a reference plane here that kind of represents the center.…
And we have another reference plane that divides basically the ceiling grid…
- Drawing interior walls
- Configuring wall height and alignments
- Changing wall types
- Aligning and splitting walls
- Creating compound walls
- Adding doors and windows
- Working with the Family Editor
- Adding sweeps and trims to walls
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Creating Interior Walls
2. Editing Interior Walls
3. Adding Doors and Windows
Adding doors and windows7m 48s
4. Special Design Applications for Walls
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