Adding a Wall to a Massing Object

Everything you've done up to this point has been within a perfectly plumb application. Not everything in architecture is perfectly plumb, however. Suppose you needed a wall that sloped in or out at an angle. Well, gentle readers, let's get into the world of massing.

Now that you're finally using 3D for the first time in the book, you need to think in those terms. You have to deal with two dimensions, and then you let Revit project the third. You need to first provide geometry in plan. Second, you provide geometry in elevation. When you have the plan geometry and the elevation geometry, you can blend the two together, creating the third dimension. Let's get started:

  1. Open the Level 1 West dependent view.
  2. Zoom ...

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