Ceiling, Floor and Wall Trim in Revit – Cornice/Skirting Tutorial | Intermediate Revit Course 11

Complete Intermediate Revit Course - 20 tutorials to learn Revit fast! (part 11/20) Check out the full Revit course: https://successfularchistudent.com/revit/

In this full Intermediate Revit course, you will learn Autodesk Revit. In 20 tutorials, you are going to learn how to design and model confidently using the industry’s leading 3D BIM software, Revit.

If you have ever watched a Successful Archi Student YouTube video, you would have noticed that Kyle is engaging, informative and entertaining.

In this Revit tutorial, part 11, you'll learn how to create wall, ceiling or floor skirting / cornicing trim.

Kyle’s fast-paced, to-the-point teaching style is aided by concise explanations, animations, images and exciting story telling.

What is Revit?
Revit is a BIM (building information modelling) software that creates intelligent 3D models of buildings which can be used to produce construction documentation drawings and design presentations. Revit is a building-specific solution for design and documentation and is currently the industry’s leading software for BIM. Revit is used for conceptual design, 3D parametric modelling, detailed design documentation, multi-discipline coordination, modelling building components, analysing and simulating systems and structures, iterating and visualising architectural designs, building performance analysis and more.

Why learn Revit?
Revit not only allows architects to design and model 3D solutions, but the BIM software also allows for seamless collaboration between disciplines which makes working with structural engineers, other designers, and MEP consultants incredibly efficient.

Why learn Revit with Kyle?
Let’s face it. Learning new software is often complicated and difficult. Doing it by yourself makes it even harder, but it doesn’t need to be that way. In this course, you will be learning from a Master student who has practical Revit experience across a number of architectural firms (which all use Revit as a main design and documentation tool). You will be able to follow along to learn the skills and confidence you need to use the software efficiently in a professional setting.

You can spend days, weeks or months learning Revit by yourself, and not necessarily learning it the right way. In Kyle’s 100+ lesson course, you can fast-track that journey to gain the skills to design and model in Revit at a professional level.

Most online Revit tutorials or courses are boring, slow going and demonstrate incorrect practices. Trust me, I’ve found that out the hard way. If you’ve watched Kyle’s videos before, you’d know that these Revit tutorials are fun, fast and easy to follow.

If you want to learn Revit the in a fun, fast and easy way, check out the full Revit course (100+ Revit tutorials) on my website: https://successfularchistudent.com/revit/
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