This course will give detailed descriptions about how Revit Curtain Walls function. We'll learn about curtain panels and mullions, both out of the box and customizable. We'll learn about the variety of mullion times, how to model and draft specific complex glazing geometries. Finally, we'll learn about curtain systems in Revit and how curtain walls and adaptive component patterns work in those curtain systems.
Course Overview Hello, my name is Evan Anderson-Decina, and welcome to my course on Storefront, Curtain Walls, and Curtain Systems in Revit. I'm an architect in my hometown of Indianapolis, Indiana and specialize in building information modeling and design visualization. In architecture, glazing systems and assemblies are commonplace, and Revit has a handful of tools that allow for a lot of flexibility to design whatever you want. Some of the major topics that we will cover in this course are understanding the basic Revit curtain wall tool and all its constraints, understanding how to customize mullions and panels for the curtain walls, understanding curtain systems, and understanding pattern based curtain systems. But by the end, you'll feel comfortable knowing when to use what tools, and feel confident in your ability to model glazing assemblies. Have an understanding of the Revit interface and some family editing before diving into this course. I'm excited to share these tips and tricks with you, so log in, and we can explore storefronts, curtain walls, and curtain systems in Revit together.