Mastering Autodesk Revit Architecture 2015: Autodesk Official Press

Mastering Autodesk Revit Architecture 2015: Autodesk Official Press

Eddy Krygiel, James Vandezande

Language: English

Pages: 1008

ISBN: 1118862856

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

Mastering Autodesk Revit Architecture 2015: Autodesk Official Press

Eddy Krygiel, James Vandezande

Language: English

Pages: 1008

ISBN: 1118862856

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


The Ultimate Guide to Autodesk Revit Architecture 2015

Responding to reader and instructor feedback, the expert author team updated and refreshed the book's content to make it even more useful, complete, and approachable. Mastering Revit Architecture is organized by real-world workflows and features detailed explanations, interesting real-world examples, and practical tutorials to help readers understand Revit and BIM concepts so that they can quickly start accomplishing vital Revit tasks.

  • Part I discusses key BIM and Revit concepts before giving readers a hands-on look at the Revit interface.
  • Part II explores today's Revit workflows and introduces readers to templates, worksharing, and managing Revit projects.
  • Part III dives into modeling and massing and offers detailed information on the crucial Family Editor as well as visualization techniques for various industries.
  • Part IV covers documentation, including annotation and detailing, and explains how to work with complex walls, roofs and floors as well as curtain walls and advanced stair and railings.

The companion website features before-and-after tutorial files (metric and Imperial sets), additional advanced content, and an hour of video on crucial techniques. Whether you are a beginner or an advanced Revit user, this book offers the detailed instruction you need to get the most out of this powerful software product.

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presentation or distribution. On smaller projects, the project architect would likely be the person supervising the entire sheet set. This dual responsibility is an important aspect of team management that will keep your BIM projects on track. Spending the majority of time working in the model and thus neglecting the preparation of properly annotated sheet views becomes very alluring. Adding Team Members to Fight Fires In many projects, there might come a time when the schedule gets tight and

relationships. (a) (b) By setting this option, you create an invisible relationship between the bed and the wall so that each time you move the wall, the bed moves with it. To clarify the difference between this approach and other constraint relationships, you could create a wall-hosted family, but that would limit your placement options and would subject instances to deletion if the host is deleted. You could align and constrain the family to its host, but too many explicit constraints will

at the top of the dialog box. 10. Click OK to close the Materials dialog box; you will see the results in the 3D view, as shown in Figure 3.32. When you use the Subregion tool, the geometry of the original surface remains unchanged. If you no longer need the subregion, you can select it and delete it. Be aware that topographic surfaces cannot display surface patterns assigned to materials. c03.indd 96 5/3/2014 10:31:06 AM | Modeling Site Context   97 Figure 3.32 The subregion is

140  | Chapter 4  Configuring Templates and Standards 1. Activate the Level 1 floor plan from the Project Browser. In the Properties palette, click Edit Type. 2. In the Type Properties dialog box, click Duplicate to create a new type named Design Plans. 3. Click the button in the View Template field and select the Design Plan view template (Figure 4.29). Click OK. Figure 4.29 Specify a view template for new views within a view type. 4. Click OK to close the Type Properties dialog

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