Addind doors and windows

Creating doors and windows in Revit

by Design Workshop Sydney

Once the walls have been created in your Revit model the next step is to add doors and windows. In this blog post we'll look at how to add Families for various building components like doors, windows, furniture and lighting.

Internal walls in Revit

Creating internal walls in Revit

by Design Workshop Sydney

After creating the external walls of your building in Revit we now want to add internal walls to the ground floor. This blog post will discuss Revit's wall types and their various properties, and how to add these to a model.

Walls in 3D View

Creating external walls in Revit

by Design Workshop Sydney

When starting a new project in AutoDesk Revit we usually start with the larger elements, like external and internal walls, then doors and windows, before adding smaller details. In this blog we'll start off by creating the external walls of a building.


Revit interface

by Design Workshop Sydney

Getting started with a new program can be daunting at first, but getting to know the Revit user interface is the first step. In this blog post we break down the workspace into its main elements, with a discussion of each, as well as a general project workflow.

Revit 3D model

Autocad 3D vs Revit comparison

by Design Workshop Sydney

People commonly ask how AutoDesk’s two programs, Revit and AutoCAD, compare. In this first blog of our new Revit series we take a look at how the two programs compare. Both are created by AutoDesk but they have significant differences.