Learn how to take your interior design projects from schematic design to construction documentation in Revit.
- How many times has your completed project not turned out like the vision your client, or you as a designer created? Do you feel that some of this has to do with you using hand sketches and concept rendering instead of a true design program? Do you feel like the end result deserves a spot on the fail board on Pinterest? If you were able to answer in a positive to any of these questions, this course may just be for you. In this Linkedin Learning Course, I can show you how to take your Revit interior project from schematic design to construction documentation.
My name is Chante' Bright, I'm an architectural interior design drafting instructor with many years of experience who's able to navigate around some of the pitfalls with using Revit for interior design. I've also accumulated a good trick or two from working the program as long as I have. So, bring your wildest dreams and designs and let's make them happen with this course.
- Moving from design to construction in Revit
- Adding dimensions to floor plans
- Tagging and scheduling components
- Adding dimensions and notes to interior elevations
- Placing and noting mechanical and electrical wiring symbols
- Creating ceiling legends
- Applying design elements to drawings
- Using schedules
- Creating a sortable drawing index
Skill Level Intermediate
Revit and Dynamo for Interior Designwith William Carney4h 57m Intermediate
1. Finalizing a Floor Plan
2. Annotating Interior Elevations
3. Designing Ceilings
4. Applying Design Elements to Drawings
Creating custom millwork8m 9s
6. Bringing It On Home
Next steps1m 2s
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