As discussed in Part 1, Floors are one of the better options for creating hardscape in Revit, especially when using the Modify Sub Elements tool. This is often the best method when creating hardscapes with new grading/ spot elevations (there is a different workflow for re-create an existing hardscape area).
So, starting out, I have a (flat) floor, drawn at Sea Level. I also have a Topo here, just for reference. Continue reading