All posts tagged Revit
Almost a year ago Harry Mattison from over at Boost Your BIM had a couple of posts that he used as an introduction to Events in the Revit API, particularly printing […]
We strive to be a platform agnostic firm, making sure we take advantage of whatever tool seems to fit the job best. Even so, our two most common tools are […]
Jack Chaffin, Scott Crawford, Erick Katzenstein, and Tim Logan will be presenting at RTC North America 2013 on Strategies for Program Validation and Tracking where we’ll be talking about how […]
A fluid connection between Grasshopper and Revit seems to be within reach, and several computational designers in the parametric modeling community have offered powerful plugins to streamline this workflow. This post focuses on the pros and cons of using adaptive components to import Grasshopper geometry into Revit.
Here’s a quick look at the new FilledRegion.Create syntax in the Revit 2013 API. Filled Regions are often created manually for thermal assembly elevations, a process which is usually frustrating and always tedious. The intention here is to automate the creation of filled regions for thermal assembly sheets.
The ambitious schedule of the Cleveland Med Mart project required us to reexamine and retool some of the ways we design, document, and deliver a project. As the leaders of the design effort, we knew that we would need to find and build smart connections between our generative design tools and our documentation process in order to not only meet deadlines, but also adapt to the parameters that were developing throughout the design-assist process. This post outlines our linking of Grasshopper and Revit – through a custom utility called Cricket …