Join Eric Wing for an in-depth discussion in this video Adding a mansard roof, part of Building Roofs with Revit.
…The insides are pretty cool.…One of my favorites, steep as heck and double pitched.…I love designing them.…Building and installing?…Well, not so much.…Like it's Dutch cousin,…there are a fair amount of variations of this style of roof.…Also like the Dutch, in Revit, we're going to need to actually model two…different roofs to get the look we're looking for.…So, what we're about to do in this video is create a 36 on 12 pitched Hip Roof.…
We are then going to cut a hole in it.…Then we're going to create a 9/12 pitch roof, move it into position, and…combine the two.…So to get started, let's jump into our Revit Roofs model or, of course,…whatever model you want to put a Mansard on.…To get started, let’s go to our Project Browser.…Let’s go down to our Roof level, under Floor Plans.…Let’s create a Hip Roof.…On the Architecture tab, click Roof.…For Overhang, let’s just go a foot this time.…Let’s make sure we Define slope.…On our Draw panel, let’s click Pick Walls.…
I’m just going to pick one of my bump outs on each side.…
- Adding flat-roof materials
- Building a gable
- Creating dormers and skylights
- Adding fascias and soffits
- Creating roofs by extrusion
- Building in roof structure
- Adding detailing
Skill Level Intermediate
Creating Concrete Buildings with Revit Structurewith Eric Wing1h 56m Intermediate
1. Flat and Shed Roofs
2. Pitched Roofs
3. Dormers and Skylights
4. Fascias and Soffits
5. Roofs by Extrusion
6. Roof Structure
7. Roof Detailing
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