Understanding room bounding elements


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Understanding room bounding elements

Boundaries are required in order to generate the area and volume of a room. Without boundaries, rooms will simply be referred as unbounded and they will show that blue generic rectangular shape that we saw in the adding rooms movie. Many elements can be room bounding in a Revit project. These include walls, floors, ceilings, columns, and we do have control over which elements in our project are actually set to room bounding. So let's go ahead and take a look. I am in a file here called Room Bounding. It's in the Chapter 9 folder. And if I select any wall in my file and look at the Properties palette, with this wall selected and I scroll down, and I can see that the Room Bounding property has a check mark next to it.

If I were to uncheck that, it would remove the bounding property from the room. So I am going to come over here and pre-highlight bedroom number 5. You will get the hang of it. It takes a little practice, but you just kind of move your mouse to where you think that little...

Understanding room bounding elements
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Understanding room bounding elements provides you with in-depth training on CAD. Taught by Paul F. Aubin as part of the Revit Architecture 2011 Essential Training

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