While Revit is widely known for its architectural design capabilities, it’s also an excellent software for interior design. Learn how to apply Revit to interior design projects, make them construction-ready, and use Dynamo to automate parts of the design process.
Learn to use Revit for interior design.
Create permit- and construction-ready interior designs.
Revit 2019: Interior Design Project Techniques with Chanté Bright
Learn how to use Autodesk Revit to create striking presentations and effective documentation for your interior design clients.
3h 11m • COURSE
Revit 2019: Professional Office Interior Design with Chanté Bright
Learn how to create permit-ready interior plans for commercial office spaces with Revit.
3h 51m • COURSE
Revit 2019: Interior Design Construction Ready Techniques with Chanté Bright
Learn how to take your interior design projects from schematic design to construction documentation in Revit.
2h 59m • COURSE
Revit and Dynamo for Interior Design with William Carney
Learn how to use different Revit features—and automated assistance from Dynamo—to streamline the design and documentation process in Revit.
4h 57m • COURSE
Advanced Revit and Dynamo for Interior Design with William Carney
Streamline the interior design process with Revit and Dynamo. Learn how to make Revit families and create Dynamo scripts to automate the placement of repetitive geometry.
2h 57m • COURSE
You'll learn interior design skills with these experts.
Chanté Bright is an architectural designer and instructor specializing in BIM design with Revit.Throughout her career, Chanté has worked for a variety of different design firms. She boasts experience in retail, residential, commercial, and institutional design. Chanté provides design assistance and technical drafting on many projects, but specializes in BIM design through Autodesk Revit and other graphic manipulation software. In addition to architectural design, Chanté is passionate about diversity and inclusion in both the education system and the workplace. She's always looking for more information on minority scholarships, internships, job postings, summer camps, or any other programs that can help anyone succeed.
William Carney is a technology enthusiast who loves learning and sharing knowledge in equal measure.
William is passionate about showing others how to leverage technology to support the architecture and engineering design process. Throughout his career in architecture, he has pushed what he can do with design technology on a broad range of project types and sizes in a number of project roles. William frequently speaks at design technology conferences, and is actively involved in the St. Louis design technology community through the St. Louis Revit Users Group.