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Marcello Sgambelluri

AB3741: Advanced Autodesk® Revit® Modeling Techniques Using Complex Geometry: Walls, Floors, Roofs, and Beams

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Key Learning

Key Learning

  • Apply the intersection method to model complex geometry
  • Apply new techniques of modeling complex geometry to any form including organic, free-form shapes
  • Create complex walls, floors, roofs, and beams that follow the shape of any roof surface
  • Create walls that exactly follow the contours of any site topography

Description

Description

This class will cover advanced modeling techniques in Autodesk Revit software by using unconventional modeling elements to "guide" the creation of complex geometry. This is done by using everyday commands and elements within the project environment to create complex walls, floors, roofs, and beams that support and follow the contours of complex forms from curved undulating roofs and site topography to extremely complex organic animal shapes. At the end of the class, attendees will have the knowledge to model any extremely complex wall, floor, roof, and beam.

Target Audience

Target Audience

CAD/BIM Manager, Project Manager/Engineer, All Revit modelers; anyone who needs to create geometry in Revit, including architects, engineers, and contractors

Speakers

Speakers

Marcello Sgambelluri

Engineers Marcello is the BIM Director at John A. Martin & Associates Structural Engineers in Los Angeles, CA. He has been using Autodesk products for over 15 years including AutoCAD, 3ds Max, and Revit. He is a member of the ASCE-SEI BIM committee and continually speaks at structural professional conferences across the country. Marcello teaches classes regularly at Autodesk University and the Revit Technology conference that focuses on free form modeling in Revit and he beta tests the yearly releases of Revit. He has worked on many projects that incorporated complex geometry including the Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles, CA, the Stata Center at MIT, and the Tom Bradley International Terminal Expansion at the LAX. Marcello received B.S. and M.S. degrees in Civil Engineering and is a licensed Civil and Structural Engineer

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Tags

Published

  • 2012
  • AB3741

Software

  • Autodesk Revit for Architects

Industries

  • Buildings
  • Architecture & Construction Service Providers

Topics

  • Architecture and Building Design
  • Structural Engineering and Design