This class will cover several pain points that are encountered while incorporating interiors into the BIM process. You will learn what to do, as well as what not to do when using Revit Architecture for modeling, detailing, and scheduling interior components. If you are feeling as though you are not taking full advantage of its coordinated, intelligent environment, this class will get you going in the right direction. Discover what you can do to make Revit work for you. Whether you are using an integrated architecture and interiors model, or a completely separate interiors model, these workarounds will help save time and prevent lots of headaches.
- Use coordinated schedules for finishes, furniture, and decorative lighting
- Evaluate when to model in 3D and when to embellish in 2D
- Discover workarounds for common pain points in the interiors BIM process
- Create custom hatches for use in Revit
Ms. Lamb is a Technical Specialist in Architecture for U.S. CAD with over 10 years experience in the Architectural industry. Prior to joining the Autodesk reseller channel, she was an AutoCAD Instructor at the Delaware Technical and Community College and has served as a CAD technician in a variety of architectural firms. Since 2004 she has utilized Revit Architecture to complete construction documents on both domestic and international resorts and residences. Ms. Lamb regularly creates custom Revit content for manufacturers and Autodesk Seek. She frequently conducts seminars in the use of Autodesk technology in Architectural design and provides implementation services, customization, training, and support on Revit Architecture.