Shape edited slabs are the foundation of modeling a landscape in Revit. And while they can be a bit tedious to model and grade, here are some tips and tricks that I have found that make the process a bit easier. And because there are always new things to discover about Revit, a couple of these I learned fairly recently.
Some of you may know that I presented at ASLA in San Diego this past November. The session was Zero to One: Open Your Practice to the World of BIM.
My portion of the session was a live demonstration of Revit, plus some Dynamo. Here is a link to download the session data set, which includes a Revit file, a few AutoCAD files, three Dynamo scripts, and associated Dynamo packages.
• Revit 2019
• Dynamo 1.3.3
I plan to do a series of posts over the next few weeks that will recap what I covered in the session. Stay tuned!
If you follow the Autodesk release cycle at all, you will already know that Revit 2019 was released a couple of weeks ago. And if you haven’t already read about the new features, I would recommend checking out What’s new in Revit 2019. A few of the most notable features are:
- OR filters for View Filters
- Tabbed views and multi-monitor support
- Double-fill patterns
While I am eager to try out these new features, as a landscape architect, there is always an undercurrent of disappointment that accompanies each new Revit release that does not include any improvements for its site tools. Continue reading
After a bit of an extended hiatus, I am happy to announce that I will be speaking at this year’s BILT North America Conference in St. Louis, Missouri. My session is titled ‘Think Outside the Building: Pushing the Limits for Landscapes in Revit with Dynamo’.
Based on last year, it looks like registration Continue reading