Join Paul F. Aubin for an in-depth discussion in this video What you should know, part of Revit Architecture: Advanced Modeling.
This is an intermediate to advanced level course, therefore you should be familiar with the basics of Revit. If you need brushing up in any of the basic skills, we have a few courses here on lynda.com to help you. Revit Architecture Essential Training and Revit Architecture: The Family Editor. Feel free to review any of the content in those courses before proceeding, or if you'd like to just start right into this course, no worries, go ahead and get started and if you get stuck in anything along the way you can refer back to these courses I have mentioned here.
AuthorPaul F. Aubin
- Understanding some different approaches to modeling
- Building an in-place mass
- Creating and manipulating massing forms
- Using X-Ray and Dissolve
- Performing an energy analysis
- Applying geometry to surfaces
- Configuring divided surfaces
- Nesting massing families
- Stitching borders with adaptive components
- Working with lofting techniques
- Adding dormers and soffits
- Choosing a wall modeling strategy
- Working with curtain walls
- Building custom stairs
- Creating a custom material
Skill Level Intermediate
Revit Architecture: The Family Editorwith Paul F. Aubin6h 40m Intermediate
1. Getting Started with the Massing Environment
2. Using Massing to Design Building Forms
3. Rationalizing Massing Forms
4. Using Massing to Create Unique Forms
5. Refining Building Maker Elements
6. Choosing Wall Modeling Strategies
7. Working with Curtain Walls
8. Applying Finishing Touches
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