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Marcello Sgambelluri

AB3340: Make Hardscape Follow Site Topography and Site Topography Follow Hardscape in Revit

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Key Learning

Key Learning

  • Create hardscape elements that follow site topography
  • Create hardscape elements that dynamically change so they follow site topography even if the topography changes
  • Create hardscape elements that dynamically change so they follow site topography even if the hardscape element moves
  • Model site topography to match the location and shape of hardscape elements

Materials

Materials

Description

Description

Ever model Revit elements on site topography and can't quite get them to follow the exact contours? This class shows you how. Get step-by-step instructions on how to build straight walls, curved walls, sidewalks, curbs, stairs, planters, roads, and other hardscape elements of any shape or size that follow the exact shape and contour of any site topography element. Conversely, this class also teaches you how to model site topography to match the location and shape of hardscape elements. No third-party programs, API programming, or other programs other than Revit are used in this class. This class first introduces fundamental concepts that will become the foundation for which all the element modeling will be created from. This class also shows how to work with those stubborn site topographies to get them to do what you need.

Target Audience

Target Audience

End users, BIM managers, engineers, drafters, and architects

Speakers

Speakers

Marcello Sgambelluri

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 Revit. Marcello is the top rated speaker at The Revit Technology and at Autodesk University each year. He also tests the yearly releases of Revit. He has worked on many large and complex projects including the Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles, CA, the Stata Centre at MIT, and the Tom Bradley International Terminal Expansion at LAX. Marcello received B.S. and M.S. degrees in Civil Engineering. He is also a licensed Civil and Structural Engineer.

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Tags

Published

  • 2013
  • AB3340
  • AU Las Vegas

Software

  • Revit for Architects

Industry

  • Architecture Services

Topics

  • Architecture and Building Design