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Communicating design intent with your Revit model

by Paul F. Aubin, at Paul F. Aubin Consulting Services on June 24, 2019

There is so much more to architectural communication than simply finishing a building model. We often need to add dimensions, notes, and other kinds of illustrative annotations to convey our design intent. In part 5 of our 7-part series, we'll teach you how to communicate design intent efficiently and effectively. 

What You'll Learn 

  • Add room elements and tags 
  • Speed up the placement of dimensions 
  • Modify dimensions 
  • Add construction details 
  • Create a schedule view for reporting and editing the model

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