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Hyperfine Architecture – Residential Architecture with Revit: Volume II
Hyperfine Architecture – Residential Architecture with Revit: Volume II Duration 5h 30m Project Files Included MP4
========== Info: Revit Professional Course: Volume II
This is the second installment of my professional Revit training series focused on using Revit for residential architecture.
Volume I covered all the basics to get you started and working efficiently. Volume II will bring you to the next level by helping you with the Revit tasks you do every day…existing conditions, schematic design, demo plans, construction documents and more! See below for the full course outline.
COURSE COMPLETE! 50 videos totaling 5.5 hours of lessons and the project template are available now!
50 video tutorials covering basic through advanced skills and best practices you need to model a project from existing conditions through construction documents. Direct email access with instructor. I’ll answer your questions about the course content.
How to model property line data and orient your project to true north How to model topography from a survey and from your own field measurements Best practices for modeling a house based on sketches from another architect and from your own field measure notes How to create your own project template from scratch or from an existing project How to set up phases and create existing, demo and new construction plans How to create a custom keynote family and schedules to automatically display the keynotes How to set up and use worksets and a central model Best practices for using Revit during Schematic Design How to use Design Options How to use Revit keynotes or create your own custom keynote family with a corresponding schedule tons more, see the course outline below
Is This for Beginners?
No! You need to already know Revit fundamentals to take this course. I’m not saying you need to sign up for Volume I, just that you need to be able to do everything I teach there That means you need to understand how to: create and organize views and sheets, model walls, doors, windows, roofs, etc. create dimensions, text styles, basic schedules and drafting views. You need to understand levels and how to create plans, sections and elevations. Basically, if you have done one project in Revit, you will be ok to take this course.