IET 161
Architectural  CAD using Revit Architecture
Spring Quarter 2013
End of the Quarter, Spring, 2013

The Final Projects (click on the images below)

The Class

Your Final Projects have been graded and your final grades posted at the Grade Sheet link below.  The Final Projects were generally complete and very well done.  Considering all of the evaluations we have had this quarter, I believe that the Final Project, and the effort you put into it, serves as the best indicator of the level of competence and performance that you have achieved through this class.  Because of how well these projects were done, I decided to alter the way I came up with your final grade.  I chose either the higher of your Final Project grade or the grade that you had coming into the Final week.  Most students did very well under this scenario.  Check the Grade Sheet link below. 

Your drawings, PFFs and ECLs will be in the box in the lab for a few weeks and again Fall Quarter.  Let me know if you would like to acquire these via other arrangements.

Images and Walkthroughs from your Final Project will be updated soon in the Final Section below. 

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Week 1:

Design Assignments due this week:

None this week but come to the first class of Week 2 prepared by starting the Design Assignments listed in this section below.

Announcements:

Purchase, download or otherwise acquire the following book for use in this class.  This book will serve as the primary learning resource for this class:


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Read and practice ahead:

Begin reading and practicing, in the CAD lab, chapters 1 and 2 in your book.  You will be modeling what I call the Book Model which is developed by you, for practice, as you proceed through the book.  Concurrently you will also be designing your own Project Model (a design of your choosing) along with the Book Model as you learn various skills this quarter.   Think about what you want to model for your Project Model, this will be discussed in class on Thursday.

Check back to this website and the class schedule often for more information on weekly assignments. 

There will be an evaluation on the first day of class next week on the progress on your Book Model and Project Model.
 

In Class exercises and assignment details:

Out of Class Design Assignment details:
  • Book: Read and practice chapters 1 and 2. 
Instructional Videos:
  • View this week's Instructional Videos at the following links regarding the subjects listed below.  Please disregard the references in the videos to any upcoming evaluations.  Those comments were intended for another class:


 
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Week 2:

On the first day of class this week come to class with the completed assignments from Week 1 in preparation for your In Class Evaluation (ICE).  See details below.

In Class exercises and assignment details:

  • In Class Evaluation (ICE) (2 items). Click here for your Week 2 ICE Evaluation Check List, print this out, fill in the needed information, follow the instructions and hand it in at the end of the evaluation at the instructor's desk. On the first day of class this week we will have an evaluation of the models completed so far from Week 1, the Book Model and the Project Model. The evaluation criteria may include:

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    • Evaluation Model (10pts)
      • Exterior walls - TBA - Core Face Exterior – orientation (1pt)
      • Permanent and locked dimensions per the drawing (1pt)
      • Reference Planes - centered (1pt) Permanent – Locked - Equality dimension as shown - show values (1pt)
      • Interior walls, custom wall from Thursday (1pt), Interior hall - 4’ - centered on one of the planes – Permanent - locked dimension (1pt)
      • Interior walls, 3 rooms of your choice (1pt)
      • Front door, Load Family - TBA - on one of the end walls 72” x 84” (1pt), centered - Equality dimensions - show values (1pt)
      • Windows, doors, 6 additional of your choice - orientation (1pt)
      • Extras and errors 
    • Project Model (10pts)
      • Exterior walls, your choice - Core Face Exterior – Permanent and locked dimensions – orientation (1pt)
      • Reference Plane, centered (1pt) Permanent – locked - Equality dimension as shown - show values (1pt)
      • Interior walls, Interior hall – width of your choosing, centered on one of the planes – Permanent - locked dimension (1pt)
      • Interior walls, at least 6 rooms of your choice (1pt) dimension one of the rooms – Permanent (1pt)
      • Interior or exterior walls, one angled and one radius wall (1pt)
      • Doors of your choosing, Load Family for front door (1pt)
      • Windows, Load Family of your choosing - level 1 - all sides – orientation (1pt)
      • Dimensions, at least 8 on doors and windows – Permanent (1pt)
      • Errors and Extras
Out of Class Design Assignment details:
  • Book: Read and practice chapters 3 and 4, work on your Project Model.
Instructional Videos:
31.  Adding Door Like Room Openings.
128.  Arrays-1, Modifying a Linear Array, laying out Windows
129.  Arrays-2, Applying a Linear Array, laying out Windows
130.  Arrays-3, Applying a Radial Array, laying out Reference Planes and Windows


 
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Week 3:

On the first day of class this week come to class with the completed assignments through Week 2 in preparation for your In Class Evaluation (ICE).  See details below.

New videos have been added below.

In Class exercises and assignment details:

  • In Class Evaluation (ICE) (2 items). Click here for your Week 3 ICE Evaluation Check List (ECL) (link coming soon), print this out, fill in the needed information, follow the instructions and hand it in at the end of the evaluation at the instructor's desk. On the first day of class this week we will have an evaluation of the examples in the book as applied to a downloaded Evaluation Model and your Project Model. The evaluation criteria may include:
    • Evaluation Model, download this model from this link for modifications during the evaluation: Evaluation Model (20pts)
      • Move the alcove on the east exterior wall to the north by 25 feet, Constrained (1pt), create a north south section, symbol on the north end, looking west (2pts), using “Edit Profile” cut the original building wall to accommodate this room (3pts) 
      • Copy the wall, with door number 5, 10 feet to the east (1pt) dimension this (1pt)
      • Rotate the “Work Station Cubicle” 90 degrees CW (1pt) and Move it to the south west corner of the room aligned and locked to the walls (1pt) mirror this to the other side of the room (1pt), aligned and locked to the walls (1pt)
      • Use the Linear Array command to copy the window on the north wall in order to  layout 6 windows on this wall with the last window the same distance from the interior finished face as the first window (3pts) dimension the last window (1pt) 
      • Trim or Split the wall to open the north hallway to the center of the building (2pts)
      • Align the finish face of the wall with door number 3 on it to the interior finish face of the exterior wall with the new arrayed windows on it (2pts) 
      • Errors and Extras 
    • Project Model (30 points total) 
      • Views, on your North Elevation, create three new levels (3pts), rename two of them Roof and Parapet (1pt) Parapet 3 feet above the Roof (1pt), the other a floor name (1pt) use CAPITALs (1pt) align and lock to the other levels, place symbols just outside of the walls, neat and orderly (1pt)
      • Create a floor plan of the above levels except for the Parapet (1pt)
      • Views, create an Elevation (interior or exterior) of your angled wall (1pt), proper scope (1pt) descriptive name in CAPITALs (1pt) 
      • Views, create an Interior Elevation of a long wall with doors and/or windows on it (1pt), descriptive name in CAPITALs (1pt)
      • • Views, create 2 Building Sections of your choice perpendicular to each other (1pt) descriptive name in CAPITALs (1pt) symbols close to walls, neat (1pt)
      • Views, create a Wall Section (1pt) descriptive name in CAPITALs (1pt)
      • Views, create a Detail Section (1pt) of a Wall Section (1pt) descriptive name in CAPITALs (1pt)
      • Views, create a plan Call Out in your Level 1 Floor Plan (1pt) of some items of interest similar to the book (1pt), descriptive name in CAPITALs (1pt), symbols neat and orderly (1pt)
      • Views, create 2 Camera Views (1pt) of some details inside your building (1pt)
      • CAPITAL descriptions for all of your Floor Plans, Ceiling Plans, Elevations and Sections (2pts). 
      • Errors and Extras
Out of Class Design Assignment details:
  • Book: Read and practice chapters 5 and 6, work on your Project Model.
Instructional Videos

 
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Design Assignments due: 

On the first day of class this week come to class with the completed assignments through Week 3 in preparation for your In Class Evaluation (ICE).  See details below.

New videos have been added in the Instructional Video section below on methods for the installation of various roof types.

In Class exercises and assignment details:

  • In Class Evaluation (ICE) (2 items). Click here for your Week 4 ICE Evaluation Check List (ECL), print this out, fill in the needed information, follow the instructions and hand it in at the end of the evaluation at the instructor's desk. On the first day of class this week we will have an evaluation of the examples in the book as applied to a downloaded Evaluation Model and your Project Model. The evaluation criteria may include:
    • Evaluation Model, (20pts), download this model from this link for modifications during the evaluation Evaluation Model (you can practice on last week's model, a new model will be uploaded before Tuesday, you can copy what you create below and paste them into your model during the evaluation on Tuesday):
      • Dimension the alcove so that the distance dimension from the south wall is 27’ -0” from core face exterior to the core face exterior of both walls (1pt), make the interior of the room (NS) 19’ – 6” from the core face interior of the walls (1pt) 
      • Dimensions as a layout tool, place a string of dimensions using the Align dimension, on the Options Bar prefer the “Center of core” and select a string starting at the wall between rooms 105 and 106 and extend the string to the wall between rooms 108 and 109, 4 dimensions total (1pt), apply the Equality constraint (1pt), Equality Display set to “Value” (1pt), all dimensions 10’ (1pt)
      • Create a floor slab for the bottom floor by editing a type of floor family using the following guidelines: duplicate an existing floor and rename it to “5” Concrete Slab on Grade, Tile (1pt), change the structure to “Concrete, Cast-in-Place gray” (1pt), appropriate thickness (1pt), add a Finish 1 layer on top of the structural layer (1pt) “Tile Mosaic, Gray” (1pt) 3/8” thick (1pt)
      • Install this floor on FLOOR 1 “Extend into wall (to core)” using the interior core boundary (1pt), alcove also, this will take some editing (1pt)
      • Install the floor “Wood Joist 10” - Wood Finish”  on FLOOR 2 “Extend into wall (to core)” using the exterior core boundary (1pt), do not include the alcove, reorient the span direction to north south (1pt), attach the first floor walls to the bottom of the floor (1pt), support the floor with the exterior walls (cut out the wall) (1pt)
      • Reorder the dimensions, annotations and symbols and eliminate redundancies so that they are neat and orderly using techniques discussed in class (larger dimension on the outside, no overlapping annotations on top of each other or on object lines, etc..) (2pts)
      • Errors and Extras
    • Project Model (30 points total) 
      • Dimension your model per guidelines demonstrated in class, overall dimensions on exterior wall, core face exterior to core face exterior (1pt), whole units to1/2 foot increments (1pt) exterior wall jogs core face exterior to core face exterior (1pt), whole units to1/2 foot increments (1pt), 2 interior rooms, length and width (1pt), whole units to1/2 foot increments (1pt), 6 windows and/or doors from a nearby consistent reference (1pt)
      • Dimensions as a layout tool, place a string of dimensions using the Align dimension, on the Options Bar prefer the “Center of core” and select a string on at least 5 repeating elements in your model (doors, windows, components, walls, etc…) (2pts), apply the Equality constraint (1pt), Equality Display set to “Value” (1pt), all dimensions the same value (1pt)
      • Create a custom floor of your choice using the following guidelines: duplicate an existing floor and rename it to a name of your choice (use existing conventions) (1pt), modify the structure (1pt), modify the thickness (1pt), add a Finish 1 layer(s) on top of the structural layer (1pt) element(s) of your choosing (1pt) appropriate thickness(es) (1pt)
      • Install this floor on your Level 1 “Extend into wall (to core)” using the interior core boundary (1pt)
      • Install an existing or custom floor on FLOOR 2 “Extend into wall (to core)” using the exterior core boundary (1pt), reorient the span direction to north south (1pt), attach the first floor walls to the bottom of the floor (1pt), support the floor with the exterior walls (cut out the wall) (1pt)
      • Install leader text callouts, on 4 items in your model that need additional information, 2 segment leaders (1pt), 3/32” Arial (1pt), CAPITAL lettering (1pt), multiline line text (1pt), neat and orderly (1pt)
      • Reorder the dimensions, annotations and symbols and eliminate redundancies so that they are neat and orderly using techniques discussed in class (larger dimension on the outside, no overlapping annotations on top of each other or on object lines, etc..) (2pts)
      • Errors and Extras
Out of Class Design Assignment details:
  • Book: Read and practice chapters 7 and 8, work on your Project Model.
Instructional Videos
10. through 14.  Creating a Roof in Revit
112.  Fixing a "Flashing Floor" Prior to Inserting a Flat Roof
113.  Inserting a Flat Roof with Elevation Points
119. and 120.  How to Create a Skewed Roof and Trim it




 
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Design Assignments due: 

On the first day of class this week come to class with the completed assignments through Week 4 in preparation for your In Class Evaluation (ICE).  See details below.

New Instructional Videos have been added in the instructional Video section below.  Videos cover subjects on inserting various components with constraints and adding stairs.

Instructional Images have been added below showing some construction techniques related to residential design.  These images show the construction of a foundation, a floor, floor structure and ultimately the first floor walls and how these all relate to Revit. 

In Class exercises and assignment details:

  • In Class Evaluation (ICE) (2 items). Click here for your Week 5 ICE Evaluation Check List (ECL), print this out, fill in the needed information, follow the instructions and hand it in at the end of the evaluation at the instructor's desk. On the first day of class this week we will have an evaluation of the examples in the book as applied to a downloaded Evaluation Model and your Project Model. The evaluation criteria may include:
    • Evaluation Model (30pts), download this model from this link for modifications during the evaluation Evaluation Model, (you can practice on last week's model, a new model will be uploaded before Tuesday)
      • Modify all of the exterior walls to be “Exterior - Brick and CMU on MTL. Stud” (1pt), modify the orientation (1pt), remove constraints if necessary and redefine the changed exterior dimensions (1pt).
      • Create new floor plans for the missing floors (2pts)
      • Create a roof by editing a type of roof family using the following guidelines: duplicate an existing roof and rename it to “Steel Joist 10" - Membrane - Insulated” (1pt), change the structure to: “Structure, Steel Bar Joist Layer” (1pt), 10” thick (1pt), and for sheathing “Metal Deck” (1pt), ½” thick (1pt) add a Finish 1 layer on top of the structural layer (1pt) “Roofing, EPDM Membrane” (1pt) 3/8” thick (1pt).
      • Install this roof as a Roof by Footprint for a flat roof on the Roof level (1pts), using the Finish Face Interior of the exterior walls (1pt).
      • Install a foundation stem wall, adjust the FLOOR 1 view range to -1’ 0” (1pt), modify a family to make the width of your wall 6” (1pt) concrete for the structure (1pt), duplicate and rename to “Foundation 6" Concrete “ (1pt), T. O. Footing level to -10’ (1pt), adjust this view range to -1’ – 0” (1pt), Depth option to T. O. Footing (1pt), Core Face Exterior (1pt) complete around the perimeter of the building excluding the alcove (1pt), create a floor plan (1pt)
      • Install a footing under the stem wall, modify a family to make the width of your footing 12” wide (1pt), concrete for the structure (1pt), appropriate rename (1pt), adjust your T. O. Footing view range to a negative -1’ – 0” (1pt), continuous and complete (1pt).
      • Errors and Extras
    • Project Model (40 points total) 
      • Install a pitched Roof by Footprint on your model or a portion of it, your choice of roof type (1pt), make this a gabled roof (1pt), define an offset (1pt) from the Finish Face Exterior, pitch of your choice but not 4”/12” or 9”/12” (1pt)
      • Install a sloped Roof by Footprint on your model or a portion of it, your choice of roof type (1pt), define an offset (1pt) from the Finish Face Exterior, angled like the book (1pt), pitch of your choice - a standard whole unit to 12” slope (1pt), Attach Top/Base on all open walls (1pt).
      • Install a Roof by Extrusion over an exterior doorway of your choosing, your choice of roof type (1pt), whole unit length (1pt), constrained to the wall (1pt),
      • Install Grid Lines as demonstrated in class and in the book, numbered ascending from north to south, lettered ascending from west to east (2pts), grid lines on core face exterior for the end grids (1pt), specific whole unit lengths for interior grids (1pt), core centers for exterior wall structures (1pt)
      • Insert a Structural Column, load Family – Concrete – Concrete-Round-Column diameter of your choosing (1pt), at 6 intersections or more, of grid lines (1pt), Height from one floor to the next (1pt), with offset for floor thickness (1pt), camera View of these columns (1pt), rename this view to Camera-Columns (1pt). 
      • Install a foundation stem wall, adjust your first floor view range to a negative -1’ – 0” (1pt), modify a family to make the width of your wall the width of your first floor core (1pt) concrete for the structure (1pt), appropriate rename (1pt), T. O. Footing level to -4’ (1pt), adjust this view range to Top: 4’ – 0”, Cut plane: 2’ – 0”, Bottom: -1’ – 0” , View Depth Level: -1’ (1pt), Depth option to T. O. Footing (1pt), Core Face Exterior (1pt) complete around the perimeter of your building (1pt) create a floor plan (1pt)
      • Install a footing under the stem wall, modify a family to make the width of your footing 18” wide (1pt), concrete for the structure (1pt), appropriate rename (1pt), adjust your T. O. Footing view range to a negative -1’ – 0” (1pt), continuous and complete (1pt).
      • Clean up dimensions and annotations (2pts)
      • Errors and Extras
Out of Class Design Assignment details:
  • Book: Read and practice chapters 9 and 10, work on your Project Model.
Instructional Videos
9.  Installing Doors and Components Plus the Camera View
88.  Components to Schedules, Part 1, Alignment and Dimensions, Furniture
89.  Components to Schedules, Part 2, Ceiling Grid and Lights 
90.  Components to Schedules, Part 3, Furniture and Entourage 
91.  Components to Schedules, Part 4, Entourage, Furniture Tags
33. Adding Spiral Stairs
34.  Adding Linear Stairs, Part 1
35.  Adding Linear Stairs, Part 2, Modifying and Moving
36.  Adding Linear Stairs, Part 3, Second Floor Cut
37.  Adding Linear Stairs, Part 4, Second Floor Wall and Railing


Instructional Images: 

Information on some basic residential building design elements are shown in the images below.  The images for this week show various elements that go into a simple foundation and first floor wall construction. 

The image below shows the site work prior to the setting up of the forms for a concrete foundation footing and stem wall.  These foundation elements will be attached to the existing house providing a bedroom addition. 

The forms as they were being set up for the concrete.  This will be a "monolithic pour" pouring concrete for both the footing and stem wall at the same time. 

The completed forms on the front of the house as the concrete was being poured. 

The new footing and stem wall foundation.  Notice the embedded anchor bolts sticking out. 

Two days later, the new structural-floor is constructed on top of the new stem wall foundation.  On top of the stem wall is a 2x6 treated sill plate, bolted down with the embedded anchor bolts.  The sill plate serves as a interface between the wooden sections of the exterior wall and the concrete foundation.  The sill plate, without treatment, would be subjected to decomposition over time. The joist hangers attach to this sill plate and joists attach to the inside of the hangers.  The joists serve as horizontal structure for the structural-floor. 

The structural-floor made of 7 layered plywood at 1-1/4" thick is glued and nailed to the joists.  The sill plate and floor are coplanar to the exterior surface of the stem wall.  The plywood has holes cut into it to accommodate the nuts, washers and anchor bolts on the sill plate. 

The image below shows the completed structural-floor and is ready for the exterior walls.  It is the top surface of the structural-floor that serves as the first floor plane.  When modeling, the first floor is extruded below this plane and the first floor walls are extruded above it. 

A close-up of the previous image where the new addition meets the existing house and shows how it is constructed.  Notice how the sheathing and siding cover the edge of the structural-floor and extends about 2 inches below the top of the stem wall foundation.  This allows water to shed off the siding and onto the ground (and not into the house).  When modeling walls the "Core Face: Exterior" plane is coplanar to the stem wall, sill plate and edge of the structural-floor.  The "Finish Face: Exterior" plane is the furthest extend of the wall and includes the 1/2" sheathing (1/2" plywood or OSB) and 5/8" T-111 siding. 

An image of the completed floor from the crawl space below and includes insulation and ductwork.  This image faces the stem wall shown in the image above. 

The interior of this space after interior walls, roof and some plumbing have been installed, facing the same direction as the image above.  It shows interior walls (2x4 construction, 3-1/2" wide) and exterior walls with sheathing (2x6 construction, 5-1/2" wide).  The sheathing (1/2" plywood or OSB) is on the outside of the "Core Face: Exterior" plane and before the "Finish Face: Exterior" plane so it is on the outside of the core and exterior of the structural-floor, sill plate and stem wall plane.  To finish the exterior of the exterior walls you would add a layer for the dimensionless wind barrier on the outside of the sheathing and then siding.  On the inside of the core you would add the structure (2x6 5-1/2" wide).  On the interior of the exterior wall you would add a finish element 1/2" drywall.  Occupying the same space as the structure of the wall (the 2x6) would be the insulation.  The interior wall sandwich would be 1/2" drywall on either side of the core structure (2x4, 3-1/2" wide) making the wall 4-1/2" thick. 



 
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Design Assignments due: 

On the first day of class this week come to class with the completed assignments through Week 5 in preparation for your In Class Evaluation (ICE).  See details below.

New Instructional Videos will be added soon, please check back.

In Class exercises and assignment details:

  • In Class Evaluation (ICE) (2 items). Click here for your Week 6 ICE Evaluation Check List (ECL), print this out, fill in the needed information, follow the instructions and hand it in at the end of the evaluation at the instructor's desk. On the first day of class this week we will have an evaluation of the examples in the book as applied to a downloaded Evaluation Model and your Project Model. The evaluation criteria may include:
    • Evaluation Model (20pts), download this model from this link for modifications during the evaluation Evaluation Model, (you can practice on last week's model, a new model will be uploaded before Tuesday)
      • Create a ceiling by editing and renaming the “GWB on Mtl. Stud” type to “GWB on Wood Stud” (1pt), structure to “Structure, Wood Joist/Rafter Layer” (1pt), structure to 3 1/2” (1pt).
      • Install this ceiling on the second floor in rooms 201 through 206 (verify this by a section) (1pt).
      • Install the ceiling “2' x 4' ACT System” in rooms 210 through 213 (1pt), rotate the ceiling grid in room 213 by 45 degrees (1pt), rotate the ceiling grid in room 212 by 90 degrees (1pt), rotate from the center (1pt), install Troffer lights “Troffer Light - 2x4 Parabolic” in every other full grid (checkerboard) in room 212 (1pt), “Aligned” to the ceiling grids (align the first one, select it, use the copy command, check multiple on the Options Bar and use a common end point (like a corner) to copy the rest of them) (1pt).
      • Install stair, FLOOR 1 to FLOOR 2, Run, Straight options (1pt), modify the risers to 18 (1pt), start sketching in the main hallway in the center of the building facing west, sketch out 9 stairs, provide a landing, then 9 stairs sketching east (1pt), align and lock the landing to the wall with door 10 on it (1pt), align and lock the south side of the stairs to the wall with door 11 on it (1pt).
      • Cut out the FLOOR 2 to accommodate the stairs, “L” shaped section (1pt) aligned and locked (1pt) cut out the eastern portion of this floor by about 10 feet (1pt), install a railing “Handrail – Pipe” around the stairs and the open eastern section of the floor (1pt), Camera Views named “Camera Stair” and “Camera Railing” to verify your stairs and railing, show the whole item in the view (1pt). 
      • Errors and Extras

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    • Project Model (40 points total) 
      • Create a ceiling by editing and renaming the “GWB on Mtl. Stud” type to a type using a wood veneer on the bottom of the wall board (like the book) and wooden studs (1pt), “GWB on Wood Stud - Wood” (1pt), structure to “Structure, Wood Joist/Rafter Layer” (1pt), structure to 3 1/2” (1pt) wood veneer of your choice (1pt).
      • Install this ceiling in a large room of your choice (1pt), provide a camera showing the length of this room named “Camera Wood Ceiling” (1pt).
      • Install a “2' x 4' ACT System” ceiling in a hallway of your choosing (1pt), trim boundary so that only the hall or a small linear portion of the ceiling is showing (1pt), line the ceiling grids so that there are full panels, that are symmetric, down the length of the hallway (use your reference plane and an aligned dimension) (1pt), install Troffer lights “Troffer Light - 2x4 Parabolic” in every other full grid down the center of the hall (1pt), “Aligned” to the ceiling grids (align the first one, select it, use the copy command, check multiple on the Options Bar and use a common end point (like a corner) to copy the rest of them) (1pt), camera view named “Camera Hall” (1pt).
      • Install straight stairs: One floor to the next, Run, Straight options (1pt), rename and make 5 foot wide (1pt), landing (1pt) lined up with itself and symmetric (1pt), aligned and locked to nearby walls or structures (1pt), looks proper (1pt), extra credit for extra details here (EC)
      • Install spiral stairs: One floor to the next (1pt), aligned to nearby walls or structures (1pt), looks proper (1pt), extra credit for extra details here (EC)
      • Provide an open area on one floor to the floor below (1pt), install railings on edge (1pt)
      • Install windows on all exterior walls, at least 3 different types (1pt), exterior doors (2 at least), interior doors for all rooms (1pt).
      • Install at least 20 different components like furniture, lights and entourage (2pts), Go the Revit Seek and download some items and install them (1pt), Go to Revit City and download some items and install them (2pts), Camera views named “Camera Seek” and “Camera Revit City” showing these items (1pt).
      • On your long hallway with the troffer lights insert an Interior Elevation named “LONG HALL LIGHT PLACEMENT” of that wall (1pt), place doors if it is a featureless hall, install a series of sconce lights “Sconce Light – Uplight” on that wall at a consistent wall height (1pt), and consistent distance from each other and doors (1pt). 
      • Camera view down the length of that hall and name it “Camera Hall” (1pt), elevation 2’, target elevation 10’ (1pt) have entourage and furniture in the hall also (1pt), render an image, Setting – Medium (use Draft until you get it right) (1pt), Lighting – Interior: Sun and Artificial (1pt), While the image and dialog box are still open adjust the exposure if needed.  Save image to project (same name as the camera view).
      • Errors and Extras

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Out of Class Design Assignment details:
  • Read Chapters 15 - Creating Rooms and Area Plans, Chapter 16 - Advanced Wall Topics.
Instructional Videos
29. Creating a Room Label
77. through 84.  Room Schedules
38.  Storefront Curtain Wall, Part 1, Modifying the Host Wall
39.  Storefront Curtain Wall, Part 2, Adding the Wall
40.  Storefront Curtain Wall, Part 3, Modifying the Height, Width Dimensions
41.  Storefront Curtain Wall, Part 4, Modifying Curtain Wall Boundary
42.  Storefront Curtain Wall, Part 5, Moving the Curtain Grid and Mullions
43.  Storefront Curtain Wall, Part 6, Deleting Certain Mullions
76. Inserting a Curtain Wall Door
     


 
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Week 7 information: Your first exam will be on Tuesday of this week.  Additional information below.

Exam 1: 

  • Your exam will be in 2 parts per the class syllabus, a written portion and a design portion.  An evaluation check list for the design portion follows below.
    • Advice: 
      • The design portion is open source (open book, online resources, etc.). 
      • I would encourage you to create a new file using the parameters below including setting up your levels, loading components, creating the site and creating or copying custom walls.  You can use this file for the exam.
    • Model a “T” shaped residential home, using the following guidelines, New file using the Architectural Template:
      • Levels, rename or create “FLOOR 1” at 0’ – 0”, FLOOR 2 at 9’ – 0”, ROOF 18’ – 0”, T. O. FOOTING -4’ – 0” (1pt), Create Plans Views (1pt).
      • Exterior walls - “Exterior - Brick on Mtl. Stud” - Core Face Exterior – orientation, location per the drawing (1pt). From Floor 1 to the ROOF levels (1pt), permanent and locked dimensions (1pt).
      • Reference Plane - centered down the main hall (1pt). Permanent – Locked - Equality dimension as shown – from interior wall centers, show values (1pt).
      • Interior walls, custom wall from Week 2 Interior “Interior 4 ½” Wood Stud GWB”, place as shown (1pt), provide dimensions as shown from the Core face Exterior of the exterior walls to the center of the interior walls (1pt), Interior hall - 9’ - centered on the plane – Permanent - locked dimension (1pt). 
      • Front door, Load Family – “Single-Raised Panel with Sidelights” as shown, 36” x 84”, orientation (1pt), centered - Equality dimensions - show values (1pt)
      • Interior doors as shown, 32” x 84” “Single Flush” (1pt).
      • Opening in kitchen and living room as a component, load family and modify per drawing note (1pt).
      • Windows as shown, load and install your choice of window, at least 3 different types, each room gets at least one window, corner rooms get at least 2 windows, make the distribution of windows on your house symmetric and attractive, no tags, no dimensions, consistent sill or head height (1pt), orientation (1pt), bathroom windows smaller, head height at 5’ – 0” (1pt).
      • FLOOR 1, Install the floor “Wood Truss  Joist 12" - Carpet Finish” - Wood Finish” on FLOOR 1 “Extend into wall (to core)” using the interior core boundary (1pt), reorient the span direction to north south (1pt).
      • FLOOR 2, Install the floor “Wood Joist 10” - Wood Finish” on FLOOR 2 “Extend into wall (to core)” using the exterior core boundary (1pt), attach the first floor walls to the bottom of the floor (1pt), support the floor with the exterior walls (cut out the wall) (1pt). 
      • Install 2 building Sections, NS and EW, appropriate name in CAPITALs (1pt), check your floors.
      • Install stair, FLOOR 1 to FLOOR 2, Run, Straight option (1pt), start sketching in the main hallway in the center of the building facing north, align and lock the stairs to the east wall in the hall and a dimension of 3’ – 0” locked from the wall at the beginning of the hall (1pt) modify the stairs to be 4’ wide (1pt).
      • Cut out the FLOOR 2 to accommodate the stairs, cut out the eastern portion of this floor by about 12’ over the living room, aligned and locked (1pt), install railings “Glass Panel - Bottom Fill” around the open area of the stairs and the open eastern section of the floor (1pt). Camera View named “Camera Stair Railing” to verify your stairs and railing, show both items in full in the view (1pt). 
      • FLOOR 2, layout rooms of your choosing and install windows per previous requirements, no dimensions or Room Boundaries (1pt). 
      • Install roof, ROOF Level as a Roof by Footprint for a pitched roof “Wood Rafter 8" - Asphalt Shingle – Insulated”, on the Roof level, 18” overhand, 5/12 pitch (1pt), using the Finish Face Exterior walls (1pt), gabled roof on 2 north east west ends of the house (1pt), Attach Top Base (1pt).
      • Room Boundaries on FLOOR 1 as shown (1pt).
      • Create ceilings on the first floor “2' x 4' ACT System” in the Kitchen, Office and Main Hall (1pt), rotate the ceiling grid in the Kitchen 90 degrees with symmetry, then move the ceiling grids south by 1’ – 0” (1pt), Install Troffer lights “Troffer Light - 2x4 Parabolic” in pairs side by side every other full grid in the Kitchen (1pt), “Aligned” to the ceiling grids (1pt).
      • Install a foundation stem wall, adjust the FLOOR 1 view range to -1’ 0” (1pt), modify a family to make the width of your wall 12”, concrete for the structure, duplicate and rename to “Foundation 6" Concrete“ (1pt), Depth option to T. O. Footing (1pt), Core Face Exterior, complete around the perimeter of the building (1pt), edit the thickness from to 6” from 12”, check with a Building Section (1pt).
      • Install a footing under the stem wall, modify a family to make the width of your footing 20” wide, concrete for the structure, appropriate rename (1pt), adjust your T. O. Footing view range to: Top: 4’ – 0”, Cut plane: 2’ – 0”, Bottom: -1’ – 0” , View Depth Level: -1’ – 0” (1pt), continuous and complete (1pt).
      • Provide a Reveal on the outside of the building, at the same elevation, use the loaded profile “Reveal-Brick Course : 3 Bricks” (1pt).
      • Storefront Curtain Wall, on the eastern LIVING ROOM and FAMILY ROOM wall, about 18’ wide, FLOOR 1 to ROOF (1pt), base offset 1’ -0”, top offset -1’ – 0” (1pt).
      • Site, from the Site Floor Plan, 0' - 0" elevation points around the building (1pt), apply the Earth material to the surface (1pt).
      • Reorder the dimensions, annotations and symbols and eliminate redundancies on FLOOR 1, so that they are neat and orderly using techniques discussed in class (larger dimension on the outside, no overlapping annotations on top of each other or on object lines, etc..) (2pts)


      General Notes:

        Fix all errors
        No tags except for room tags
        Design integrity (examples: the stairs should not have a ceiling reveal in a critical room, windows should not cut into floors and ceilings, a ceiling should not protrude into a stair well, etc…)
        Extra credit for fixtures, furniture, closets and closet doors, etc…
        Extra credit for a good layout and design (considering traffic flow, room sizes and locations etc…)
        Extra credit of extra items and details beyond what is required as described above
In Class exercises and assignment details:
  • None this week.
Out of Class Design Assignment details:
  • Read over Chapter 18, Site and Topography.
Instructional Videos
  • Please see the Week 8 section below.


 
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Design Assignments due: 
Refer to the information below. 
A Final Project abstract is due for the Week 9 ICE.  See details below.

In Class exercises and assignment details:

  • No ICE this week.
  • We will discuss Final Project ideas this week as a class discussion.
  • We will discuss the Final Project grading criteria as listed in the Final section below
Out of Class Design Assignment details:
  • Read over Chapters: 11 - "Schedules and Tags", 12 "Detailing", and 18 "Site and Topography".  We will cover Chapter 19 "Rendering and Presentation" next week.
    • Items from these chapters will be evaluated during the Week 9 ICE on your Final Project Model.
  • Final Project Abstract, Word document, in a paragraph or single page maximum. 
    • Describe for me what you would like to design and present to the class as a Final Project.  This abstract will be 10% of your Final Project grade and will be due during the Week 9 ICE.  The abstract will include the following:
      • Description of your project, as discussed in class, a design of your choice that has some personal interest to you, such as a residential, industrial or commercial building. 
      • Description of the Revit Architecture toolbar, tool or method that you would like to present to the class as listed in the Final Toolbar Section below.
      • Description of how the toolbar, tool or method is related to or aided in your design.
Instructional Videos (more video links coming soon)




 
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Design Assignments due: The ICE for this week needs to be completed before class on Tuesday.  Additional information below.

In Class exercises and assignment details:

  • In Class Evaluation (ICE) (4 items). Click here for your Week 9 ICE Evaluation Check List, download this now! Print this out, fill in the needed information, follow the instructions, complete the work, send the completed files via email by the beginning of the class on Tuesday and hand in the ECL at the instructor's desk.  Have the work as listed below done before class on Tuesday. 
Out of Class Design Assignment details:
  • Read and practice Chapters 13 - "Creating Specific Views and Match Lines", Chapter 14 - "Sheets" and Chapter 19 - "Rendering and Presentation".
Instructional Videos
77. - 84.  Room Schedules
65. - 75.  Setting up a Sheet and Titleblock Template File
54. - 64.  Camera Views and Image Rendering
44. through 49.  Creating and Modifying a Revit "Walk Through"
108.  Graphic Scale Bar

The following videos are optional and may enhance your Final Project and presentation

121. and 122.  How to Create Decals and Insert them for Realistic Renderings
 



 
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Design Assignments due: The ICE for this week needs to be completed before class on Tuesday.  Additional information below.

In Class exercises and assignment details:

  • In Class Evaluation (ICE) (4 items). Click here for your Week 10 ICE Evaluation Check List,  Print this out, fill in the needed information, follow the instructions, complete the work, send the completed files via email by the beginning of the class on Tuesday and hand in the ECL and drawings at the instructor's desk. 
  • Images from this evaluation will be loaded on the website.  As part of an evaluation on Thursday of this week, the class will vote on what they believe to be the best rendered images of a well designed project.  There will be three prizes:
    • The grand prize will receive a 30 point extra credit assignment bonus
    • Second place 15 points
    • Third place 10 points. 
    • The Grand Prize winner will also have their Final Project building rendered on a 3D printer (as long as the model has no interfering solids (build your model correctly per the class requirements this quarter)). 
Out of Class Design Assignment details:
  • Work on your Final Project
Instructional Videos
107.  North Arrow
135.  Foundation for a Residential Design, Part 1, Top Of Footing Level, Adjusting the View Range
136.  Foundation for a Residential Design, Part 2, Duplicate Wall for Stem Wall with Concrete
137.  Foundation for a Residential Design, Part 3, Creating a Footing and Floor Slab for a Basement

 
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Final, Project assignment details (in various sections):
 
Click here for your: Final Project ECL.  Print this out and include it with your sheet set.


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Shortcut links for this section (or scroll down):


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    Construction Drawings grading criteria: Back to Index

    Your Final Project will have the following items included in a construction drawing sheet set as described below.  Make certain that you understand your markups throughout the quarter and incorporate those corrections into your Final Project construction drawings. 

    To stay with in the scope of the requirements of this class your construction drawing sheet set generated for your Final Project is considered only a sampling of a typical set of construction drawings and is not intended to include every sheet that would typically be used for construction purposes.  However, if you desire to generate and print more sheets in each of the sections as described at the Evaluation Check List (ECL) available at the link below that would be encouraged but not graded.  Some additional sheets may be generated for extra credit as described in the ECL.  The sheet set generated for your Final Project will not be marked up and will be available in the Box at the conclusion of this class for you to use as a portfolio reflecting your design work from this class. 

    General information: 

    • Number sheets in ascending order
    • Incorporate all of the elements for these sheets as required from the previous weeks' assignments including Titleblock items.  Title block items also include fields filled in from your Revit "Project Information" button and your sheet "Properties Palette" plus your sheet name and number fields (see videos from previous weeks). 
    • General sheet sections are often numbered in groups like the 200 series for Ceiling plans or the 4.0 (dot) series for Sections  etc... .  The series below uses hundreds as the delimiter but you may choose what ever criteria you desire as long as it makes sense and is sequential.  Architectural drawings may also have an "A" along with the number.  Below are some section suggestions.
      • Cover Sheet, no number, 000, 001, 0.1, 0.01, etc...
      • Site Plan 010 series
      • Floor Plans 100 series
      • Ceiling Plans 200 series
      • Elevations 300 series
      • Sections 400 series
      • Schedules and/or Legends 500 series
      • Details 600 series
    • Notes: 
      1. Legends and schedules may be included on other relevant sheets if there is room. 
      2. If a numbered sheet series is blank then move up the numbering to maintain the sequence.
      3. Extra credit for extra effort and items, and may include, sheet notes and annotations that better explain elements of your project, extra schedules, legends and similar items.
      4. See some sheet examples at the end of this section.

      5.  
    Refer to the Final Project ECL for addititional information.
     

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      Printing Requirements: Back to Index
        Print your sheet set before the Final Project presentations on Wednesday. 
        Refer to the Final Project ECL for addititional information.



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      Problem Printer Solutions:   Back to Index

      Below is a solution for some of the printing problems in the lab (this information may change, please check back).

      Regarding images being flipped or missing on the plotter and printer, use the following procedure:

      • Create a pdf document instead, using the print command. 
        • Instead of printing to one of the three lab printers download and install the cutepdf writer or printer at the following link: cutepdf 
          • Choose the cutepdf printer
            • Go to the Printer properties button and select the ARCH D paper size, center and scale to 100%
            • Pick a file save location in your Commercial Project folder 
          Your standard 36" x 24" sheet should now be generated as a 36" x 24" sized pdf document
        • Open the folder where this pdf is and open the file.  Print this using the HP6015 printer for half sized prints or the HP800 plotter for full sized prints using the settings described above.
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          As a final check measure a known length with your Architectural Scale and/or measure your Graphic Scale Bar.
      Regarding getting your sheet to fill up the page or printing to full scale on the plotter, or the plotter does not recognize the ARCH D sized paper, follow the procedure below:
      • To print on the HP800 plotter, choose the following settings
        • Put in the 24" sized paper roll
          • Through Revit, 
            • Create a custom size 36” x 24” sheet size
            • Click Setup button
              • Choose, Center, Landscape, Zoom to 100%
            • Click the printer Properties button
              • Check the "Autorotate" button
              • Select the roll size of 24"
          Start printing and if its not right go to the plotter and "cancel" it, check and change your settings and start again.
          As a final check measure a known length with your Architectural Scale and/or measure your Graphic Scale Bar.
 

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Sample Sheet Set: Also click on the links below for pdf documents of various sheet examples shown in class.    Back to Index


Sage Design, sample Cover Sheet, Detail Sheet and Titleblock


 

Mr. Donut, sample Commercial Project


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Project Presentation, as evaluated by your peers:  Back to Index
You may use the following guidelines or something similar for your presentations:
  • Introduction, provide your name, major and class position (senior, junior, etc...)
  • Introduction to your project, project name and service provided
  • Tour
    • Start with a 3D view, the floor plan or other view.  Since these are commercial or residential projects your design should be facilitating the interaction between customers and staff, or how a person will navigate through different parts of the house
      • Show how a customer or visitor will approach the building (street and parking)
      • Show how a customer or visitor will enter the building and interact with staff or find their way around the house 
      • Show and explain the service or entry area 
      • Show the support areas or in a house the more public areas of the house and the flow of traffic through related rooms.
      • Show auxiliary areas or in a house, the more private rooms, office and storage 
    • Move on through the model and demonstrate any features that you think are significant in  your project that may not be apparent in other student projects or that have not been demonstrated in class
    • Show elevations, sections, 3D view, camera views and/or renderings of any features that you feel help demonstrate how your building functions and the features associated with that function
    • Show the more significant components used and where they came from
    • Show a brief Walk Through, 1 minute maximum with narration
  • Describe a toolbar, function or modeling technique unique to what has been demonstrated in class and that you have applied to your project.  (Toolbar choices below)
    • Name the toolbar or function
      • Demonstrate the tool(s) function(s) or methods(s)
        • Demonstrate the steps involved 
        • Demonstrate different options 
          • Demonstrate the effects of the different options 
      • You will graded by your peers on the Presentation Feedback Form on how much they learned from your presentation. 
  • Conclusion:
    • Summary
    • Ask for questions
    • Ask for suggestions i.e. "how can I model this differently or better"
    • I would invite interaction and would encourage raising your hand to interrupt for explanation or to share a different technique.
Keep your presentation to around 5 minutes total, the toolbar presentation about 2 minutes, practice this!  Points taken off for over or under this time.
 


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Presentation Toolbar Choices. Demonstrate a Revit toolbar, function or method that has not been covered in this class and demonstrate that to the class during your presentation.  A good source for ideas is the textbook.  There have been sections of the book that have been skipped that cover details that exceed the scope of this class but still may be relevant for your particular project.  Below is a list of some of those sections; the notation below includes the name of the section, the chapter number and page number.  Back to Index

  • Editing Wall Joins 2-82
    • Displaying Wall Joins 2-86
    • Disallowing Wall Joins 2-88
  • Walls, Editing the Cut Profile 2-90
  • Walls, Placing Openings in Your Walls 2-101
  • Views, Splitting a Section Segment 3-150
  • Splitting Floor Materials 6-300
  • Floors, Adding Alternative Materials 6-301
  • Floors, Splitting and painting 6-304
  • Pitching a Floor to a Drain 6-309
  • Floors, Creating Shaft Openings 6-314
  • Roofs, Tapering a Roof and Adding Drains 6-330
  • Roofs, Adding a Roof Dormer 6-370
  • Structure, Using Structural Framing 8-402
    • Adding a Beam System 8-407
    • Adding Bracing 8-409
  • Structure, Piers and Spread Footings 8-426
  • Ceilings, Creating a Plan Region 9-444
  • Ceilings, Creating a Sofit 9-455
  • Stairs, Modifying Boundaries 10-501
  • Stair and Railing modifications (various modifications as described in chapter 10)
  • Stairs, Landing Railings 10-515
  • Creating a Winding Staircase or sketching a stair 10-522
  • Stair and Railing Families 10-539
  • Stairs, Creating a Custom Railing System 10-542
  • Creating Custom Stairs 10-546
  • Stairs, Adding a Custom Landing 10-552
  • Stares, Adding a Gooseneck 10-554
  • Stairs, Adding a Raised Panel Stile and Rail System 10-558
  • Schedules, Creating Material Takeoffs 11-591
  • Schedules, Creating a Calculated Value Field 10-595
  • Schedules, Adding Symbols to a Legend 10-606
  • Schedules, Taggin by Material 10-624
  • Schedules, Creating CustomTags 10-626
  • Schedules, Keynoting 10-636
  • Detailing, Working with Line Weights 11-646
  • Detailing, Modifying Filled Regions 11-660
  • Detailing, Creating Blank Drafting Views 11-693
  • Rooms, Adding a Color-Fill Plan 15-781
  • Rooms, Creating an Area Plan 15-785
  • Advanced Walls, Creating Compound Walls 16-792
  • Advanced Walls, Adding Wall Sweeps 16-801
  • Advanced Walls, Modifying a Wall's Profile in Place 16-804
  • Advanced Walls, Creating Stacked Walls 16-812
  • Advanced Walls, Adding a Blank Curtain Wall 16-819
  • Advanced Walls, Adding a Wall to a Massing Object 16-829
  • Families, Creating Families, 3D modeling using the Revit interface as described in Chapter 17
  • Site, Creating a Toposurface by Instance 18-901
  • Site, Creating a Graded Region 18-910
  • Rendering techniques not covered in class as described in Chapter 19 or developed elsewhere.

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Presentation Feedback Forms: Download sample form page at this link: Presentation Feedback FormBack to Index

Presentation Feedback Form booklets will be handed out at the beginning of the class and will include the following criteria:

  • Sign your name on the cover only
  • Fill in the student's name, on each page in the book, in the space provided
  • Suggestions are voluntary and welcome, constructive comments only 
    • Provide a fair evaluation on your peers’ projects based on the listed criteria (points off for a blank page or a page filled in with all 10s or all 0s showing a lack of commitment to the task at hand).  Circle the number that you feel best describes your peer's placement in each evaluation section.



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Project Design grading criteria:  Refer to the Final Project ECL for addititional information.  Back to Index


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Project Help Back to Index

Below are some links to some resources regarding some specific help asked for by some students:
  • How to create some exterior surfaces with thicknesses like a sidewalk that follows a toposurface.
  • How to create a large hanging clear globe. 
  • How to add color to a Material Element such as adding color to the Clapboard Siding material whose rendering qualities are driven by an embedded image.  Please click on the following link for an Instructional Video. 
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  • How to Create a Curved Ceiling.  One of the problems with a curved ceiling is that you can not add ceiling or hanging lights on this surface.  A work around regarding adding lights on a curved surface works well but takes a lot of steps.  First you make a flat horizontal ceiling on a level of your choosing, probably the roof level.  Don't constrain it to any level with the intent of moving it up or down vertically and making it very small or narrow horizontally.  Sketch it on the roof level like a small or narrow rectangle in the horizontal location of your choice and click the green checkmark.  Then go to a section and locate it vertically like right against your curved ceiling.  In a plan view, insert a light on it so that it hangs down vertically.  You can edit the profile of the small ceiling to make it very small just don't lose it.  When hanging a light it does not matter how small the ceiling is it just has to be a ceiling and the light does not even need to be attached to it just on the same level once the ceiling host has been selected.  You can also move lights around from different hosts (ceilings) but this has to be done on a plan view.  Select the light then look in the "Modify | Lighting Fixtures" tab on the ribbon for this. 

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  • How to Create a Skewed Roof and Trim it.  First you need to sketch the roof.  If you want to use a different plane to sketch your roof from insert a Grid line in a plan view (which is really a plane) at an angle that you desire. On this plane you can sketch your Roof by Extrusion or use a model wall.  With both of these tools you should be able to get the look you desire.

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  • How to Create Decals and Insert them for Realistic Renderings

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  • How do you manage a large schedule so it can be placed into two sheets.

  • First you duplicate the existing schedule by right clicking on it in the Project Browser and choosing the duplicate option.  Now you will have two schedules (or more) that are identical.  Rename both schedules with consecutive numbers like schedule 1 and schedule 2 and so on...  Use the filter option by choosing that button in the Properties Palette and filter the “Mark” of the first schedule to include only those Marks up to a certain value like perhaps Marks 1 through 50 (use filter “less than or equal to” 50).  On  the second schedule do the same thing but choose Marks greater than 50 but less than 100.  And so forth…
    Now you have two unique schedules (or more) that you can insert into sheets of your choosing.
    Please click on the following link for Instructional Videos on this subject.
 
 
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DESIGN GALLERY

A collection of images of your Final Projects and other design work demonstrated by this class. 

Image Contest
Final Projects

 

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Image Contest
Vote on the following images that you think represent the best 3 models and presentations considering the criteria from last week's assignments such as the centering of the model, filling the image, lighting and site.  Images are placed randomly.  Place the numbers associated with the top of the image into your ICE for your first, second and third choices. 
 

Grand Prize: Eric Larson

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Second Place (tie): Devin Lockard 

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Second Place (tie): Thomas Granger

 

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The following are some addititional Images that have been submitted this quarter.

Eric Larson, project interior image

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Nicole Linscott 

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Devon Lockard

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Connor McVein

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Nicholas Clifford

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Chris Hesse

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Timothy Holt

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Thomas Granger

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Connor McVein

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Nicholas Clifford

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Chris Hesse

 
 


Final Projects
Images and "Walkthroughs" of our students' Final Projects.
Click on the images below for a link to the student's project "Walkthrough"
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Connor McVein "North West Grub"

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Connor McVein "North West Grub"

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Chip Hesse "Suberizer, The Complete Storage Company" facility.

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Tim Holt "Duplex Apartments" design

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Eric Larson "The Drop Off, the Santa Cruz Drop Off Restaurant"

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Eric Larson "The Drop Off, the Santa Cruz Drop Off Restaurant"

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Eric Larson "The Drop Off, the Santa Cruz Drop Off Restaurant"

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Eric Larson "The Drop Off, the Santa Cruz Drop Off Restaurant"
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Nicole Linscott "Elliott Avenue Condos"

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Nicole Linscott "Elliott Avenue Condos"

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Nicole Linscott "Elliott Avenue Condos"

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John Allen "House Castle"

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John Allen "House Castle"

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Thomas Granger "Main Street Bakery, the Baking Sensation of Ellensburg"

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Devin Lockard "Red Design Residential House"

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Nick Clifford "Recer Creek Road Dream House"

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Nick Clifford "Recer Creek Road Dream House"