Autodesk Revit Architecture

Autodesk Revit Architecture The Complete Guide is designed to give you a solid understanding of Revit Architecture, its features, and capabilities, from the basics through to the most advanced and complex topics. This course covers Creating Walls, Adding Site Features, Using Massing Tools, Rendering and Walkthroughs, and Using Advanced Features.

Autodesk Revit allows professionals to optimize building performance and share model data with engineers and contractors. It is software for architectural design, MEP, and structural engineering, and a solution for collaborative BIM; its powerful tools let you use the intelligent model-based process to plan, design, construct, and manage buildings and infrastructure.

User’s prerequisites

You don’t need any previous experience with Autodesk Revit Architecture to take this course.

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Course Outline

New for Revit Architecture

Introduction to Revit Architecture
User Interface
Options and Help
Starting an Architectural Project

Starting a New Architectural Project
Navigation Tools

Creating Walls
Creating Architectural Walls
Creating Architectural Walls II

Using Basic Building Components I
Adding Doors
Adding Window and Wall Openings

Using the Editing Tools
Working with Selection Sets
Editing Tools
Editing Tools II
Retrieving Information about Elements

Datum Planes and Creating Standard Views
Working with Reference Planes
Working with Levels
Working with Grids
Working with Project Views

Using Basic Building Components II
Creating Floors
Creating Roofs
Shape Editing Tools
Creating Ceilings
Adding Rooms

Using Basic Building Components III
Working with Components
Adding Stairs
Adding Railings and Ramps
Creating Curtain Walls

Adding Site Features
Working with Site Features
Property Lines and Building Pads
Adding Site Components

Using Massing Tools
Understanding Massing ConceptsCreating Massing Geometry
in the Family Editor
Creating Families

Adding Annotations and Dimensions
Adding Tags

Creating Project Details and Schedules
Project Detailing
Adding Text Notes
Working with Schedules

Creating Drawing Sheets and Plotting
Creating Drawing Sheets
Creating Duplicate Dependent Views

Creating 3D Views
Three Dimensional Views

From Rendering to Walkthroughs
Working with Materials
Rendering in Revit Architecture
Creating a Walkthrough

Using Advanced Features I
Creating Structural Components
Using Area Analysis Tools

Using Advanced Features II
Worksharing Concepts
Working with Linked Models
Project Standards and Browsers
Revit Architecture Interoperability