Chapter 10


A group is a collection of individual elements like walls, doors, and windows that are added together to form a new, single entity (the group). Most Autodesk Revit Architecture projects have design elements that are repeated or reused; for example, a hotel has guest rooms, medical facilities have exam rooms, and so on. It isn’t practical to model each element over and over for every one of these repeated aspects of a design. Not only is it inefficient to do so, but doing so increases the likelihood for errors and omissions. Groups provide yet another way to manage repetition within your building models.

This chapter covers the following topics:

  • Understanding groups
  • Creating and editing a group
  • Placing a group
  • Making special ...

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