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In this Revit 2015 tutorial course Brian will show you how to keep your model simple in the early stages of design, so that you can easily switch out your model components into more sophisticated elements as you move along the design process. 

First you will learn the basic modeling tools and approaches including site, walls, floors, roofs and ceilings.  Then, you will learn how to leverage the information embedded in your model so you can develop schedules, areas and more.  Finally you will learn how to create a variety of views including plans, sections and perspectives, and how to get them on a sheet for printing.

When you are done with this course you will know how to use the basic tools for modeling & developing drawings for a house in the early stages of the design process, and how you can leverage that model & those drawings to be used throughout the entire design process.

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From the course:
Revit 2015 Tutorial Basics: Conceptual and Schematic Design

Level 1

Duration: 4h 47m

Author: Brian DeYoung