The course will start off with collaboration tools. It is to enable participants, who have a basic knowledge of Autodesk Revit, to increase their productivity while working with other people on a team, either in the same firm or other firms as well as with other disciplines. It also covers linking Autodesk Revit files and linking or importing other CAD files.
Following on, the course will venture into Conceptual Design & Visualization. As architects and designers start a project, they frequently think about the overall massing of a building or the area of the footprint. Using its powerful Building Information Modeling (BIM) engine, includes tools for creating mass elements that can be modified into many shapes. It can also apply walls, roofs, and floors to them to continue designing. This is to expand participants’ knowledge in the areas of Conceptual Design, including massing studies, space planning, visualization, and rendering.
Lastly, architects also frequently need to add site and structural information. The Site and Structural Design topics cover the elements and tools that are used to create topographic surfaces for site work and add structural elements.
- Set up project phasing
- Create and display a variety of design options
- Use groups
- Link Autodesk Revit files
- Import and export vector and raster files including exporting Autodesk Revit models for energy analysis
- Understand, use, and setup worksets
- Create topographic surfaces
- Add property lines and building pads
- Modify toposurfaces with subregions, splitting surfaces and grading the regions
- Annotate site plans and add site components
- Work with Shared Coordinates
- Create In-Place Conceptual Mass elements
- Create building elements from massing studies
- Use Rooms and Areas for space planning and analysis
- Create perspectives, sketches, exploded views, and solar studies
- Render views that include materials, lighting, and enhancements such as people and plants
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