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Conceptual Massing in Revit

In this course, we'll learn to create a unique building form by working in the conceptual massing environment. Software required: Revit 2014.
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Level
Beginner
Updated
Sep 12, 2013
Duration
51m
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Description
Course info
Level
Beginner
Updated
Sep 12, 2013
Duration
51m
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Description

In this course, we'll learn to create a unique building form by working in the conceptual massing environment. We'll start by learning to sketch a 2D shape that we will later use to create a 3D mass. From there, we'll learn to manipulate the form of our mass to best represent the concept we have in mind. And finally, we'll bring our concept to reality by transforming our mass from a form to a functional piece of architecture. Software required: Revit 2014.

About the author
About the author

Pierre is a Pluralsight training pioneer. Since becoming the first CAD and BIM tutor at Digital-Tutors (now a Pluralsight company), Pierre has played a major role in building the training library. With a productive background in the CAD industry, working as everything from a drafter to project manager, Pierre has long had a passion for the creativity and hard work that goes into designing architectural projects.

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Section Introduction Transcripts
Section Introduction Transcripts

Introduction and Project Overview
[Autogenerated] Hi, I'm Pierre with digital tutors and auto desk authorized published in this series of lessons, you learn to create a unique building form by working in the conceptual massing environment. We'll start by learning to schedule two dimensional forms that will later used to create a three dimensional mass. From there, we'll learn to manipulate the form of our mass to best represent the concept we have in mind. And finally, we'll bring our concept to reality by transforming our mass from an actual form toe a functional piece of architecture. So with this in mind, let's begin the next lesson by sketching from two dimensional shapes in the conceptual massing environment.