Author and Revit Architecture expert Eric Wing walks you through designing, documenting, and presenting a four-story office building. The continuous tutorial begins with the Revit interface and standard conventions for placing walls, doors, and windows, then progresses through the building?s design as would happen in the real world. You?ll learn how to work with structural grids, beams, and foundations; add text and dimensions; build floors layer by layer; join exterior and interior walls; and create roofs and ceilings as well as stairs, ramps, and railings. You?ll also be introduced to using embedded families and formulas, crucial site considerations, and importing and exporting to various formats.
Table of contents
- Dear Reader,
- About the Author
1. The Revit World
1.1. The Revit Architecture Interface
- 1.1.1. The Revit Workflow
- 1.1.2. The Ribbon
- 1.1.3. The View Window
- 1.1.4. Object Selection
- 1.1.5. Modifying and Mirroring
- 1.1.6. Building on Existing Geometry
- 1.1.7. View Control and Object Display
- 1.2. The Project Browser
- 1.3. File Types and Families
- 1.4. Are You Experienced?
- 1.1. The Revit Architecture Interface
2. Creating a Model
2.1. Placing Walls
- 2.1.1. Adding Exterior Walls
- 2.1.2. Adding Interior Walls
- 2.1.3. Placing Interior Partitions
- 2.1.4. Editing Wall Joins
- 2.2. Placing Doors and Windows into Your Walls
- 2.3. Are You Experienced?
- 2.1. Placing Walls
3. Creating Views
- 3.1. Creating Levels
- 3.2. Creating Building Sections
- 3.3. Adding Wall Sections
- 3.4. Creating Detail Sections
- 3.5. Creating Callouts
- 3.6. Creating a Camera View
- 3.7. Creating an Elevation
- 3.8. Are You Experienced?
4. Working with the Revit Tools
- 4.1. The Revit Architecture Edit Commands
- 4.2. The Array Command
- 4.3. The Mirror Command
- 4.4. The Align Tool
- 4.5. Split
- 4.6. Trim
- 4.7. Offset
- 4.8. Copy/Paste
- 4.9. Creating the Plans
- 4.10. Are You Experienced?
5. Dimensioning and Annotating
- 5.1. Dimensioning
- 5.2. Using Dimensions as a Layout Tool
- 5.3. Adding Text
- 5.4. Are You Experienced?
- 6.1. Placing a Floor Slab
- 6.2. Building a Floor by Layers
- 6.3. Splitting the Floor's Materials
- 6.4. Pitching a Floor to a Floor Drain
- 6.5. Creating Shaft Openings
- 6.6. Are You Experienced?
- 7.1. Placing Roofs by Footprint
- 7.2. Creating a Sloping Roof
- 7.3. Roofs by Extrusion
- 7.4. Adding a Roof Dormer
- 7.5. Are You Experienced?
8. Structural Items
- 8.1. Structural Grids
- 8.2. Adding Structural Columns
- 8.3. Structural Framing
- 8.4. Foundation Systems
- 8.5. Adding Structural Footings
- 8.6. Piers and Spread Footings
- 8.7. Structural Views
- 8.8. Are You Experienced?
9. Ceilings and Interiors
- 9.1. Creating Ceilings
- 9.2. Creating Ceiling Openings and Soffits
- 9.3. Interior Design
- 9.4. Adding Alternate Floor Materials
- 9.5. Are You Experienced?
10. Stairs, Ramps, and Railings
- 10.1. Creating Stairs Using the Rise/Run Function
- 10.2. Creating a Winding Staircase
- 10.3. Creating a Custom Railing System
- 10.4. Creating Custom Stairs
- 10.5. Adding Ramps
- 10.6. Are You Experienced?
11. Schedules and Tags
- 11.1. Creating Schedules
- 11.2. Creating Material Takeoffs
- 11.3. Creating Key Legends
- 11.4. Adding Tags
- 11.5. Creating Custom Tags
- 11.6. Keynoting
- 11.7. Are You Experienced?
- 12.1. Working with Line Weights
- 12.2. Drafting on Top of the Detail
- 12.3. Adding Notes
- 12.4. Creating Blank Drafting Views
- 12.5. Are You Experienced?
13. Creating Specific Views and Match Lines
- 13.1. Duplicating Views
- 13.2. Creating Dependent Views
- 13.3. Adding Match Lines
- 13.4. Using View Templates
- 13.5. Are You Experienced?
14. Creating Sheets and Printing
- 14.1. Creating and Populating Sheets
- 14.2. Modifying a Viewport
- 14.3. Adding Revisions to a Sheet
- 14.4. Addressing Project Parameters
- 14.5. Generating a Cover Sheet
- 14.6. Printing from Revit Architecture
- 14.7. Are You Experienced?
15. Creating Rooms and Area Plans
- 15.1. Creating Rooms
- 15.2. Adding a Room Schedule
- 15.3. Adding a Color Fill Plan
- 15.4. Adding Room Separators
- 15.5. Creating an Area Plan
- 15.6. Are You Experienced?
16. Advanced Wall Topics
- 16.1. Creating Compound Walls
- 16.2. Adding Wall Sweeps
- 16.3. Modifying a Wall's Profile In-Place
- 16.4. Creating Stacked Walls
- 16.5. Creating Curtain Walls
- 16.6. Adding a Wall to a Massing Object
- 16.7. Are You Experienced?
17. Creating Families
- 17.1. Creating a Basic Family
- 17.2. Creating an Arched Door
- 17.3. Creating an In-Place Family
- 17.4. Are You Experienced?
18. Site and Topography
- 18.1. Adding a Site Within Revit
- 18.2. Splitting the Surface
- 18.3. Creating Subregions
- 18.4. Adding Site Components
- 18.5. Adding Contour Properties and Labels
- 18.6. Adding Building Pads to Displace Earth
- 18.7. Adding a Property Line
- 18.8. Creating a Toposurface by Instance
- 18.9. Creating a Graded Region
- 18.10. Orientating a Site
- 18.11. Are You Experienced?
- 19. Rendering and Presentation
20. Importing and Coordinating Revit Models
- 20.1. Importing and Linking a Revit Structure Model
- 20.2. Copy Monitor
- 20.3. Interference Detection
- 20.4. Importing and Exporting CAD Formats
- 20.5. Exporting a Model to CAD
- 20.6. Are You Experienced?
- 21. Phasing and Design Options
- 22. Project Collaboration
23. BIM Management
- 23.1. Setting Up the Template
- 23.2. Managing Settings
- 23.3. Creating and Understanding Shared Parameters
- 23.4. Are You Experienced?
- Title: Revit® Architecture 2010: No Experience Required™
- Release date: May 2009
- Publisher(s): Sybex
- ISBN: 9780470447222
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