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Revit® Architecture 2010: No Experience Required™ by Eric Wing

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Chapter 6. Floors

  • Placing a floor in your model

  • Pitching a floor to floor drains

  • Building a floor layer by layer

  • Creating shaft openings

It is going to be hard to convince you that floors are easy when an entire chapter is dedicated to this lone aspect of Revit Architecture. Well, floors are easy. The reason I'm dedicating an entire chapter to the subject is the fact that we need to address a lot of aspects to floors.

Adding a floor to a model is quite simple indeed, but in Revit Architecture, we are truly modeling this floor. That means that the structure and the finish can all be included when you create your floor. When a section is cut through this floor, you get an almost perfect representation of your floor system and how it relates to adjacent ...

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