Site Modeling in Revit® – the Environment Way

Rooftop garden design – How to Create Different Top & Bottom Slopes for a Revit Floor

With this post, we’re doing what we love! We’re initiating a new series of posts that shows our approach to solving common Revit challenges for site and landscape design. Whether it be an underground parking lot, or the roof of a tall building, there are numerous cases where we site designers need to model green areas that lie on rooftops, not the ground.

A Revit® floor with different top and bottom slope
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HoorA – Top Grades for Environment at Autodesk University

Celebrating our AU2021 Top Rated Class Award for our class- ‘Landscape modeling in Revit with Environment tools: Overview and workflows’

We don’t like to toot our own horns, but hey, our very own Nehama Shechter-Baraban crushed it at Autodesk University (AU) last month. AU attendees showed their love for Nehama’s session by rating it as one of AU 2021’s top classes, and AU organizers recognized this achievement by posting it on their “Best of AU 2021” page.

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Environment takes Autodesk® University by storm

For 10 days in October, AEC professionals, product designers, project managers, and thousands of others from all corners of the globe, gathered (this year virtually) for Autodesk’s annual Autodesk University (AU) conference, to teach, learn, and share their ideas. Arch-Intelligence had the privilege of being a premier sponsor for the event, hosting a number of sessions and a comprehensive workshop. All in all, our AU2021 appearance was a huge success and we are glad to see the buzz around Environment is growing fast. Here are some of the resources we created around our AU sponsorship and appearance:

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The newest additions to the Environment Toolchest

An organized scattering Line Scatter

Use this tool to swiftly place any number of rocks, lamp posts, trees, or series of any other Revit family element, along a line, straight or curved. You can use splines, curves, use the ‘Pick Line’ option to use lines from your model, and best of all, you draw new lines and edit existing ones without having to exit the command.

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