Learn how to move from conceptual design to schematic design using Revit's space planning and programming tools.
This is the 2nd part in a 2 part course. In the first course, Massing Tools in Revit- Part 1, you worked with massing tools to develop two conceptual design options for a boat house. In this course, you will choose one of the design options, and with a program, develop a bubble diagram with the Revit area plan and area schedule tools. Brad will also show you how to create a schedule that changes in real-time as you change the size of the 'bubbles', and that shows you how far off your room areas are from the program requirements.
Then, you'll take the bubble diagrams to a schematic design level with walls, rooms, room tags, a room schedule and a color scheme. You'll drop all of this on a sheet, and be ready to print.
When you're done with this course, you'll know how to use Revit's space planning and programming tools to meet your building's programmatic requirements, how to develop schedules that give you area feedback in real-time, and how to develop a presentation drawing that describes your project.
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Space Planning and Programming in Revit
Duration: 1h 27m
Author: Brad Beck