I am excited to announce the release of ASCENT’s brand new learning guide: Autodesk Revit 2022: Fundamentals for Interior Design. This guide finally provides interior designers (students, trainers, and industry professionals) with learning content for Revit that’s tailored just for them. YES! You read that correctly! In addition to our Architecture, Structure, MEP, Residential Design, and Landscape Design learning guides, we now have a sixth Revit fundamentals-focused learning guide for those of you that use Revit for interior design or are looking to transition from your current software to Revit.
The Autodesk® Revit® 2022: Fundamentals for Interior Design guide uses a multi-use building to take you through the interior design process to complete a project using Autodesk Revit. Using this type of model allowed us to provide examples for both multi-story residential and commercial spaces all in one model, enabling you to create a full 3D interior design project using non-structural objects, including interior walls, doors, windows, components (such as furniture and kitchen equipment), floors, and ceilings. This guide also covers other topics that are particularly useful for interior designers, such as how to create and apply materials to elements and how to enhance a view and produce realistic rendering for your designs.
Similar to our existing Fundamentals-level learning guides, you don’t need prior knowledge of Revit; however, an understanding of architecture and interior design terminology and theory is beneficial, as this course only focuses on teaching you how to use the Revit software tool to complete an interior design project. This 18-chapter learning guide takes you through the design development process using Revit, including how to navigate the user interface, use the basic drawing, editing, and viewing tools, start a project, design and develop a model, and create final construction documents that can be presented to clients and other stakeholders.
I really enjoyed writing this learning guide and I hope that you like it.
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