Rhino and Revit both have a firm place in the architecture and construction workflow. Rhino is an ideal program to model complex forms for iterative conceptual projects while Revit excels in creating BIM driven projects with layers of information. In this course instructor Olivia Morgan shows you how to seamlessly move between these programs in a safe and practical workflow.
Learn effective modeling techniques and vetting tools in Rhino projects to create models that meet Revit-specific, Brep-based geometry standards. Explore different methods for importing and linking your cleaned up Rhino model so that you can get your geometry into Revit safely. Find out how to prepare a Revit model for a Rhino import in different real-world scenarios, and how the new Rhino.Inside.Revit plugin can streamline your workflow with live importing and exporting between Rhino and Revit. By the end of this course, you will have the skills you need to leverage the new workflow in your own projects.Learn More