Learn about placing and annotating lighting for ceilings..
- [Instructor] So in the construction document set,…sometimes you need to have two different types…of ceiling plans in your drawing.…One of them is set up to just show the type…of ceilings that you're placing in, their elevations,…and where your lighting is located.…And another one is meant for showing electrical work.…So what you need to do is, you need to have…two different plans that are gonna be showing…two different things.…Because I have this leftover plan from Scheme A,…I'm gonna actually change this one,…do a right click and do a Rename, and I'm gonna…actually call this one out for electrical.…
Then what I'm gonna do is I'm then gonna take…my first reflected ceiling plan, I'm gonna leave it,…and I'm gonna show this one for just my lighting…and any other information that needs to go on here.…So there's a few things that we need…to do to it first to clean it up…before we're ready to start putting notes on it.…One of the first things that I need to do…is I need to hide items that don't need to be seen.…One of them is our interior elevation,…
- 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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