Join Ed Cotey for an in-depth discussion in this video Editing a wall's profile, part of Revit for Interior Design: Interior Walls.
…There may be times when the standard rectangular wall you…normally have in a design just is not going to do it.…You may want to create a wall that…is, let's stay, stepped in appearance, or even stacked.…Revit allows you to change a rectangular wall by altering its profile.…Also, you can take two basic walls, and stack one on top of the other.…And, you can even embed one…wall into another wall.…So you have some design options to play…with, other than just plain old ordinary walls.…
Let's take a look at how to create what is called a wall profile.…I'm going to zoom in to this profile here.…And it just looks like a plain ordinary wall.…If you look at it though, it's actually a generic eight inch glass block wall.…And we're going to click on it.…And when you click on it, under Modify Walls,…you'll notice that under Mode, there's what's called Edit Profile.…So, when we pick Edit Profile, what we're able to…do is setup actually, a change in this wall's shape.…
And we're going to do that in Elevation View.…And you get this dialogue box.…
- 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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