Join Paul F. Aubin for an in-depth discussion in this video Looking at topography and phasing, part of Revit: Phasing and Design Options.
In this movie I'd like to talk about topography and specifically how it behaves with phasing.…So topography has a little bit of a special behavior when it comes to phasing, and there…is a grading tool specifically for topography that works with the phasing as well.…So let's take a look at that.…So I am in a file here called Phasing Topography, and I'm in a 3D view set to an Existing Phase,…you can see it down here, it's just 3D exist and the Phase for this view is currently set to Existing.…Now this is going to be important because the first thing I want to show you is the…grading tool, and you'll find out on the Massing & Site tab and the current phase is important…because if you use the Grading tool, Graded Region specifically, what it will do is it…will actually demolish the topography that you have on screen, and it will create…a new topography in the current phase.…
So starting here in this 3D existing phase is probably not a good idea because I would…be demolishing and creating in the same phase.…
AuthorPaul F. Aubin
- What is phasing?
- Phasing properties for objects
- Using phase filters and graphic overrides
- Phasing rooms
- Looking at topography and phasing
- Setting up design options
- Strategizing design options
- Working with phasing and design options together
Skill Level Intermediate
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2. Design Options
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