Join Ed Cotey for an in-depth discussion in this video Working with curtain walls, part of Revit for Interior Design: Interior Walls.
…In a lot of design projects that you're going to be working with, you'll always…want to incorporate a little bit more than just drywall for the interior walls.…Usually you'll want to add in openings for windows and things of that nature.…One of the things that Revit has is called Curtain Walls.…These are non-bearing walls That are consisting of glass…patterns that you can lay out on the grid.…While window Elements can be used for Interior Walls…to create maybe a single window, a…Curtain Wall can create a totally different effect.…
It can give you an expansive glass to allow…a lot more light to come into the interior spaces.…So lets review the various Curtain Wall types.…And there basic four elements that make them up.…First of all there's curtain wall one. This one is just the blank…glass wall when you bring it in. That's all it's.…You take that blank wall and go ahead and design on top of…it you know, use grids and A mullion layout to make it work.…
Curtain wall basically you can determine what its length is, and…
- 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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