Revit Architecture



Autodesk Revit Architecture is an architectural design software, a part of the Revit package. The program includes all the tools necessary for the complete design and modelling process of building construction and is based on Building Information Modeling (BIM) technology. Some of the key features and advantages of working in Revit are its 2D and 3D tools (commands) for accurate digital representations of the elements of the projected object: Walls, Columns, Floors, and Roofs. 

Parallel to architectural design in the real world, the process is mostly based on creating and defining Floor Plans. At the same time, Sections, Elevations and all other Views  required are generated by using the simple tools. This process provides constant data accuracy in all aspects during the entire process, as well as through all phases, from conceptual design to creating details and project documentation. The main feature of Revit Architecture is its parametric management of model elements. The program provides a complete range of tools for creating highly demanding projects, from conceptual studies, detailed drawings /schedules, and finally, to the process of rendering and realistic presentation of models.




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Basic information:

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course duration:  5 weeks
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requirements:   basic computer skills
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     *price based on minimum 5 participants

    
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Course content summary:

Introduction

  • General information about Revit Architecture and BIM technology
   Getting to know the user interface
   Understanding the Wall as the basic element in Revit

Tools and commands
   Tools and commands for editing

Modelling objects
   Modelling and modifying walls
  • Creating new styles of walls
   Adding and modifying doors
   Adding and modifying windows
   Creating and modifying levels

Working with families
   Adding components as additional elements of the building
   Adding and changing families/components

Developing models
   Creating Floors
   Creating Ceilings
   Modelling and modifying Roofs
   Creating a Curtain Walls
   Modelling Stairs

Working with 3D conceptual forms
   Creating mass
   Creating Revit Elements by using Mass Geometry

Import and export data from the Programme
   Import of external files and formats (DWG, jpg)
   Export data (pdf, jpg, dwg)

Display settings of models
   Managing views
   Controlling the display of objects
   Creating and modifying intersections
   Creating and modifying 3D displays

Using Dimensions and Constraints
   Dimensioning and labelling 
   Application and removal of restrictions

Details and technical documentation
   Preparation of technical documentation 
   Viewing details

Documentation
   Preparing Schedules and Quantities
   Defining Room Styles
   Creating legends

Preparing the project for a presentation/press release
   Rendering views
   Creating and using sheets
   Creating a Title block 

Practical exam

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Literature* :


all literature is available to students at the Crater VFX Training Center library
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Certificate:

Upon completion of the course students will receive the Autodesk Certificate of Completion and Crater VFX Training Center Certificate.

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