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The objective of this course is to give delegates the skills to use the tools and advanced techniques for creating complex conceptual designs and formula driven mass and forms, project phasing, and working with multiple design options. Using keynotes, groups and assembly.
Who is this course for?
This course has been designed for experienced Autodesk Revit Architecture users or other Autodesk software users who want to learn advanced elements of Autodesk Revit Architecture.
Delegates should have attended the Revit Architecture 101 Yellow Belt and Revit Architecture 201 or have the equivalent knowledge using Revit Architecture. Architectural design, drafting or engineering experience is also highly recommended, along with a working knowledge of Microsoft Windows.
What you will learn
Conceptual design and creating parametric and formula driven mass and forms. Analysis and scheduling of surface areas and volumes. Working with custom project parameters. Site and Topography, working with survey coordinates, shared positioning and producing cut and fill schedules. Project phasing, and working with multiple design options. Using keynotes, groups and assemblies.
- Conceptual Design
- Conceptual Mass Forms and Voids
- In-Place massing and the Family Editor
- Creating Freeform Surfaces and Forms
- Manipulating Forms with Grips, Gizmos and Dimensions
- X-Ray mode, add Edges and Profiles and Push and Pull
- Dissolving and Rebuilding forms
- Creating Parametric Mass Forms
- Formula Driven Mass Forms
- Using Adaptive Rigs
- Custom Curtain Pattern Based Families
- Creating Mass Floors
- Scheduling Mass Forms
- Surface Areas and Costs per Floor
- Comparative Analysis between different Mass Forms
- Total Surface to Floor Area Ratio
- Volume to Floor Area Ratio
- Applying Architectural Components: Walls, Floors, Roofs and
- Curtain Walls
- Custom Parameters
- Project Parameters
- Shared Parameters
- Site and Topography
- Create Topography by points
- Topography from AutoCAD Contour Drawings
- Topography from Imported Points File
- Site Boundaries and Property Lines
- Annotating Site Plans
- Understanding Project and Surveyors Base Points
- Creating Site Pads to Displace Earth
- Grading Terrain
- Producing Cut and Fill Schedules
- Site Components
- Shared Positioning
- Project Phasing
- Managing Project Phasing
- Existing work * Work to be demolished
- New Phases
- Design Options
- Working with multiple design options
- Managing Design Options
- Accepting the Primary Option
- Groups and Assemblies
- Creating Groups
- Modifying Groups
- Saving and Loading Groups
- Creating Groups from Links
- Creating Assemblies
- Creating Assembly Views
- Using Keynotes
- CSI Formatted
- Keynote Settings
- Keynote Tag
- Keynoting by Element
- Customizing Keynote list
- Keynote Legend
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