Revit Architecture for Designers

 Revit  Architecture  for Designers

Revit  Architecture 2022 for Designers

We learn best when we can create connections between the new information we are learning and information that we already know. Chapter 1 introduces Revit and Building Information Modeling (BIM) through comparisons to AutoCAD and hand drawing. Chapters 2–3 introduce you to drawing tools in Revit.

Understanding how to use each of the tools keeps you in control of your drawing and allows you to “ask of the computer” rather than let Revit dictate how your drawings will look. Each chapter begins with a basic introduction of Revit’s features for the drawing convention and gradually moves through intermediate and more advanced drawing techniques.

Chapters 4–10 emphasize drawing for design presentations. Floor plans, finish plans, reflected ceiling plans, elevations, and perspectives are reviewed throughout this section of the textbook. By combining these presentation drawings skills with the foundation drawing skills acquired earlier in the book, you will be prepared to create drawings that visually communicate your design ideas.

Chapters 11–14 cover construction documents in Revit, ending with organized sheet sets. Construction drawing types include construction plans, demolition plans, furniture plans, finish plans, and reflected ceiling plans. Additional topics include schedules, enlarged plans, and construction details. By combining these construction document skills with a strong foundation for drawing in Revit, you will be prepared to work on or create any Revit project.

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    Juan March 28, 2022 at 8:46 PM



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