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BIM Architectural Design with Revit

This course in Spanish Language


Simpliv LLC

Summary

Price
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£40.49 inc VAT (was £202.49)
Offer ends 13 March 2020
Study method
Online, self-paced
Duration
8 Hours
Access to content
Lifetime access
Qualification
No formal qualification
Additional info
  • Certificate of completion available and is included in the price

1 student purchased this course

Overview

What you will learn Create and modify curtain walls and walls Create and modify floors, roofs and ceilings Create and modify stairs, ramps and railings Add families Create floors, walls and roofs from masses Create rooms and color schemes of floor plans and section

Introduction Curtain walls and walls Floors, ceilings and roof Stairs, railings and ramps Add families Family Edition Schematic design Rooms and color scheme Annotation and details

Description

About this Course What will you learn in this course? This course covers the basic skills and concepts necessary to start using Revit to design architectural projects. It will review how to create and modify the main components in a construction design, as well as take a preliminary model and add intelligence layers to help analyze and optimize your designs. It does not cover all themes or all Revit features, but it provides a solid foundation that you can use to perform basic tasks. These fundamentals can serve as a starting point to learn more advanced skills and work towards a deeper understanding of Revit. Who should take this course? This course is aimed at architects, designers, civil engineers, students or anyone who needs or wants to start learning Revit, although it is for those who do not have experience or ability with Revit, it can also serve as a great resource to refresh your knowledge base and / or complement the bases of this program. Some specific examples of individuals who would benefit from taking this course are: Students who follow an educational trajectory related to architectural design. University students who learn to be architects or civil engineers. Employees who have recently joined a company that uses Revit. Employees who work for companies that have recently implemented Revit. People looking to get certified in the use of this tool. Experienced Revit users who are self-taught and who want to optimize the use of this program. What is covered in this course? This course is organized to provide you with the necessary knowledge to master the basics of Revit: Section 1: Introduction introduction to the user interface where you will familiarize yourself with the tools and technology (workflow) behind the software. Section 2: Curtain walls and walls helps you build that initial knowledge of Revit by establishing some of the basic components of architecture: the walls. Section 3: Floors, roofs and roofs presents the other basic building blocks: floors, roofs and roofs. At the end of the first three chapters you will begin to see how easy it is to create the central elements of a building. Section 4: Stairs, ramps and railings explains the basics of stairs, ramps and railings. These basic components are versatile, and their use can be a bit complicated, so we will guide you through the process of creating various types of stairs and railings. Section 5: Adding families shows how to add a central element to your project: families. Families are used to create most of the content within this software and Revit (Architecture) by default comes with a wide supply of families. Section 6: Family editing covers how to create a door family from scratch, using family templates in Revit to create custom items with the same properties as the items included by default in Revit. Section 7: Schematic design presents you with conceptual design workflows using Autodesk FormIt and Autodesk Sketchbook Pro files to generate design sketches. Using those sketches, we can take a construction design and model it in Revit. Section 8: Rooms and color schemes shows how to add room elements to your spaces, assign information and create color diagrams based on space, department or any other variable you need. Section 9: Annotations and Details review how to add model lines, regions and text to create more complete model detail drawings. Basic knowledge For each class a file is shared with which you can replicate the seen exercises, so it is recommended to have Revit installed to use them It is advisable to have basic knowledge of architecture, but it is not mandatory

Who is this course for?

Architects Civil Engineers

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