Posts Tagged: workflow

Revit Adaptive Component: Practical Archetypes – Curved Glass Curtain Walls

Curved panels are particularly gnarly! Curved and Non-rectilinear are more so. This is one of those situations where you don’t have a choice but to use Adaptive Components. In this post I’m going to attempt to show how simple the

Revit Adaptive Component: Practical Archetypes – Curved Glass Curtain Walls

Curved panels are particularly gnarly! Curved and Non-rectilinear are more so. This is one of those situations where you don’t have a choice but to use Adaptive Components. In this post I’m going to attempt to show how simple the

Vaulted Ceiling Adaptive Component

Revit Adaptive Components: Automated Placement: The Vaulted Ceiling – Part Two

The next part of this two-part series focuses on the actual placement of the adaptive component (Part One can be found here: https://paraanalytics.wordpress.com/2013/01/07/revit-adaptive-components-practical-architypes-the-vaulted-ceiling/. This part might tend to get boring since it entails the endless picking of Grid Intersections for

Vaulted Ceiling Adaptive Component

Revit Adaptive Components: Automated Placement: The Vaulted Ceiling – Part Two

The next part of this two-part series focuses on the actual placement of the adaptive component (Part One can be found here: https://paraanalytics.wordpress.com/2013/01/07/revit-adaptive-components-practical-architypes-the-vaulted-ceiling/. This part might tend to get boring since it entails the endless picking of Grid Intersections for

Revit Model Comparison Tool – Demo/Tutorial

Revit ModelComparison from Francis on Vimeo. The Model Comparison tool is a little known Subscription Advantage Enhancement with one very powerful function. One often encounters scenarios during the course of a project where one is faced with multiple versions of

Revit Model Comparison Tool – Demo/Tutorial

Revit ModelComparison from Francis on Vimeo. The Model Comparison tool is a little known Subscription Advantage Enhancement with one very powerful function. One often encounters scenarios during the course of a project where one is faced with multiple versions of