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Revit TotD – 11.17.2010 | SPF100 Minimum

Hopefully you spent all weekend playing around with those surfaces and components and patterns cause today we’re going to dive into some of the features behind each of those, beginning with Divided Surfaces! So as you saw from our last TotD, divided surfaces is the first step to take in turning your mass into something really fun…


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Revit TotD – 11.10.2010 | Mis-Right-Click

So a small break from the Massing series just for today.  I need a quick post so I can concentrate on some other errands and I ran across a fix for one of my greatest foes in Revit for quite some time: the dreaded MISSED RIGHT CLICK!!! So if you’ve worked on complex wall projects…


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I didn’t want to leave anything out…

In solving the ultimate riddle of residential architecture, I’m being very thorough in my thought process…


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Oh yes I did…

Take that Sir Isaac Newton… if you can model it in Revit, you can build it… right?

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Revit TotD – 11.3.2010 | What gets bigger the Moar you take away from it?

No, this is not a post about James Bond… So you’ve experimented around with creating forms and can even *gasp* control them unlike you ever thought was possible in Revit.  This thing you have created is starting to look like something you would have used 3DS or Maya to mak ein the past; but now here you are in…