In this video, Chante' Bright shows you how to use grouping and modifying tools for office space planning purposes and other furniture arranging uses.
- [Instructor] The other part of office equipment…that you must address besides just casework…that's going maybe into a break area,…or even into an office space, is furniture systems.…And furniture systems are a little different…because they are their own category inside of Revit.…And they usually are those pieces that consist of a desk,…different configurations for desktops,…different configurations for parts underneath a desk,…and even partitions between two different pieces.…
So what I'm going to do is I'm going to go to Insert,…and I'm going to go to Load Family, and I'm going to go back…to Furniture Systems themself, so its own chapter.…And you'll see the different types of pieces…that you could put in there: partitions,…standing desks, storage, and work surfaces.…And they all have their own individual thing.…And there's even the hardware and supports…that are inside of this as well,…and I just kind of show you what those look like.…Maybe it's a hardware bracket or a panel…or something that you put in underneath.…
- Setting up your project
- Creating views
- Modeling walls
- Using and modifying storefronts
- Creating wall legends with components
- Modeling ceilings
- Adding doors and openings
- Adding details such as millwork and floors
- Creating custom schedules
Skill Level Intermediate
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Initial steps1m 28s
1. Workspace Setup
2. Modeling Walls
3. Wall Legends
4. Modeling Ceilings
5. Finishing the Space
6. Final Thoughts
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