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Why Use Revit "Stacked Walls"

I had an interesting question raised recently: Is it possible to model period buildings with Autodesk Revit

The answer is, of course, yes. Going beyond the basic answer I wanted to expand to what's the technique to achieve this and how much effort is required? 

curtain wall revit tutorial

This got me thinking about defining different wall types and I thought I’d spend some time discussing the possible options and create a small tutorial on how to achieve a few different wall variables. As you might've guessed, this is a rather broad subject so, for this tutorial, I’ll concentrate on processes such as ‘Modifying the Vertical Structure’ of existing walls, creating Stacked and Curtain walls and finally ‘Model in Place’ (MIP) to achieve different wall types on Revit.

If you're looking to create heritage walls or just go beyond the simple brick wall, do have a look at this tutorial for tips on how to achieve these. Download this resource by filling in the form below and learn how to create more complex and heritage walls for your models. Additionally, you can visit our events page to view our free webinars for the AEC sector and learn other tips + tricks as well as complementary Revit tools such as Graitec's Advance PowerPack for Revit.

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