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Revit Architecture Tutorials for beginners #1 – Introduction

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Revit Architecture Tutorials for beginners #1 – Introduction

https://revittutorials.info/course/introduction-to-revit-architecture-2016/ Revit Architecture Tutorials for beginners #1 – Introduction In this set of Revit Architecture tutorials for beginners, we’ll learn how to get up and running in Revit Architecture 2016. If you’re new to the world of Building Information Modeling, this course is for you! We’ll begin the Revit architecture tutorials for beginners course with a brief explanation of Building Information Modeling and how we can use Revit Architecture as a tool for this new way of working. From there, we’ll start a small design project together. We’ll begin by exploring a few of Revit’s conceptual massing tools and how we can use them to quickly derive a form for our building. Next, we’ll begin exploring the various ways we can model building elements such as walls, floors, roofs, and windows, just to name a few. Once our model is in place, we’ll explore how to create various views such as floor plans, elevations, site plans, and other views, all created from one 3D model. In the final part of this Revit architecture tutorials for beginners series, we’ll take a quick look at how we can place and edit various views on a title block to create a sheet for presentations and even construction documents. Let’s get started with these Revit Architecture 2016 tutorials! Software required: Revit 2016.

August 6, 2017

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