A room in Revit is considered as spatial division of your project based on elements such as walls, floors, roofs and ceilings. Revit can compute areas, volume and perimeter of the rooms and can schedule them as well.
Learn about how to create rooms in your project, add colors to the rooms for presentation and create a room area schedule with this video tutorial – by Balkan Architect
Learn about how to add color fill scheme to your rooms using this Video Tutorial – by Autodesk
A typical stair consist of Runs, Landing, Supports and Railing. These elements can be independently controlled as well as are connected with each other. For example, if you remove the staircase, railing on the stairs will automatically be deleted. You can model stairs assembling Run Component or by sketching them.
Stair by Run Component
Step by Step guide to creating stairs using Run Component:
Learn about how to sketch a stair by using this video tutorial – by Balkan Architect
Multistory stair is a great tool to extend your staircase to multiple building levels. If the level heights change, the staircase would also adjust automatically, adding a lot of productivity to your workflow.
Curtain walls mostly consist of metal-framed walls containing in-fills of glass, metal panels, or thin stone. In this tutorial, you will learn to,
Create a Curtain wall
Add a curtain grid
place a mullion on a curtain grid
add a door to a curtain wall
Create a Curtain Wall
Learn about how to place a Curtain wall in a project with this Video Tutorial – by Autodesk. Although, this tutorial has been created using Revit LT version, the method shown is applicable to all other Revit versions.
You can use the default Revit curtain wall types to set up curtain walls. Learn more about creating different types of Curtain Walls and edit their Grids with this Video Tutorial – by Balkan Architect
Roof is also a compound structure whose material and thickness can be edited using Edit Assembly dialog box in its Type properties similar to Walls and Floors. To learn more about Compound structures, please click here.
Learn about how to create a sloping roof using Roof by Footprint tool using this Video Tutorial – by Autodesk. Although, this tutorial has been created using Revit LT 2013 version, the method shown to create the roof applies just the same for all other Revit versions.
Learn how to add slopes to a flat roof sketched using Roof By Footprint method with this Video Tutorial – by Autodesk
Learn about the basics of creating a Roof by Extrusion with this Video Tutorial – by Bigbooks System
Sloped Glazing Roof
There are two roof system families in Revit: Basic Roof and Sloped Glazing. Basic roofs are compound roof structures made of several layers. Sloped Glazing roofs on the other hand are like curtain walls used for a roof. Sloped Glazing roofs, like curtain walls, host curtain panels, grids, and mullions.