Revit Architecture

Revit Architecture is design for Architects, Civil Engineers, Draftsmen and Interior Designers to design and document a building by creating a parametric three dimensional model that includes both geometry and non-geometry design and construction information which is also known as building information modeling (BIM).

Preview the Future Home in 3D BIM Modeling:

Revit Parametric modeling is a significant tool for conceptual design. With Revit software, Architectural designers can quickly sketch a rough layout of the floor plan, or make changes to the standard set of building designs and instantly let their customers preview their future homes. 3D design views give designers to try out different design ideas and guide their design decisions at early stage.

Quick Changes to Design, No Repetitive Tasks:

During the design phase, the building structure and floor plans needed to be modified frequently. With Revit BIM software, architecture designing and drafting becomes very fast and accurate. In Revit architecture model, all building components such as plans, sections, and elevations are intelligently connected to each another. Whenever a change is made to the model, the software automatically updates every related component, affecting the whole building model.

High Quality Construction Documents:

3D modeling capacity of Revit architecture enables designers and drafters to easily identify the clashes and areas of congestion, and resolve them early in the process. It results in error-free and high quality construction documentations.

Accurate Estimation of Quantities and Cost:

One of the most important advantages of building information modeling software is the automatic generation of bill of quantities (BOQ). BIM modeling software like Revit produces accurate material quantity takeouts as a by-product, with less-efforts. This advantage helps the contractors and owners to determine if the project adheres to budgets.

Improved Coordination :

BIM drafting software Revit unifies design, drafting, construction and facility management processes in single environment, allowing all stakeholders to remain updated and aware of their responsibilities, and thus improving overall coordination. A total understanding by everyone on the projects of what's happening removes the design conflicts and risks.

High Level of Flexibility :

Unlike AutoCAD, Revit allows all projects data to be stored in single project file. It allows multiple users to work on the same project file and merge their changes with every save. Besides, Revit exports and imports DWG, DXF, DGN, PDF, JPEG files.

The list of BIM advantages continues. It is proved that BIM approach is "significantly more efficient" that the traditional drafting- based approach. A significant numbers of architecture design and drafting company are realizing the implementation of BIM software.

  • Core Concepts
  • Introducing building information modelling (BIM)
  • Working in one model with many views
  • Understanding Revit element hierarchy
  • Understanding the different versions of Revit
  • Exploring the application menu
  • Exploring the application menu
  • Understanding context ribbons
  • Using the Properties palette
  • Navigating views: Zooming, panning
  • The basics of selecting and modifying
  • Creating a new project from a template
  • Accessing a multi-user project with work sharing
  • Configuring project settings
  • Adding levels
  • Adding levels
  • Refining a layout with temporary dimensions
  • Adding columns
  • Adding walls
  • Using snaps
  • Exploring wall properties and types
  • Locating walls
  • Using the modify tools
  • Adding doors and windows
  • Using constraints
  • Adding plumbing fixtures and other components
  • Linking AutoCAD DWG files
  • Creating topography from a DWG link
  • Understanding CAD inserts
  • Creating a group
  • Creating Revit links
  • Rotating and aligning a Revit
  • Managing links
  • Adding walls
  • Using snaps
  • Working with floors
  • Working with footprint roofs
  • Working with extrusion roofs
  • Attaching walls to roofs
  • Attaching walls to roofs
  • Adding openings
  • Working with stairs
  • Adding railings to stairs
  • Adding railings to stairs
  • Working with visibility and graphic overrides
  • Using view templates
  • Hiding and isolating objects in a model
  • Understanding view range
  • Understanding tags
  • Adding schedule views
  • Modifying schedule views
  • Creating a key schedule
  • Adding text
  • Adding dimensions
  • Adding symbols
  • Adding legend views
  • Creating a detail callout
  • Using arrays to duplicate objects parametrically
  • Adding filled and masking regions
  • Basic Editing Tools
  • Using Filter
  • Use Of The TAB Key
  • Moving And Copying
  • Copy And Paste
  • Copy And Paste
  • Mirror
  • Linear Arrays
  • Radial Arrays
  • Extend And Trim
  • The Align tool
  • Offset
  • Re-Hosting Elements
  • Controlling Visibility
  • Initial Plan Views
  • View Duplication
  • Elevations
  • Sections
  • Creating Callouts
  • Ceiling Plans
  • Section Box
  • Scope Box
  • Spaces And Zones
  • Creating Spaces
  • Space Separation Boundaries
  • Modifying Spaces
  • Space Tags
  • Area And Volume Calculations
  • Creating Zones
  • The System Browser And Zones
  • Color Schemes
  • Understanding families
  • Creating a new family from a template
  • Using reference planes, parameters, and constraints
  • Adding solid geometry
  • Cutting holes using void geometry
  • Adding blends
  • Completing the family
  • Adding sheets
  • Outputting sheets to a DWF file
  • Exporting to AutoCAD
  • Plotting and creating a PDF

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