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Rhino Inside Revit

In this blog, we show how Rhino inside Revit (and Grasshopper inside) can quickly turn native Rhino geometry into native Revit families.

We start with a Rhino model with geometry that has been defined in Grasshopper. We then break down that geometry, assign the geometry to native Revit Families - both out of the box and custom adaptive components - and generate those families in the correct place in the Revit model. We then show how the parameters of those families can also be changed, real time, with Rhino inside.

Rhino Inside Revit

To see the whole process, check out the video below. Enjoy!

About the author: As a design technologist, Chris combines a true fascination with both design and technology to streamline design processes and construct computational design solutions. His interest in coding can be traced back to video games mods. A more rigorous exploration started as an M.Arch Student at the University of Illinois Champaign-Urbana where he dug deep into Rhino and Grasshopper. Then, while working as an architectural designer, Chris brought this technology interest into world BIM with Revit and Dynamo. Along the way, Chris has learned a myriad of programming languages such as Python, JavaScript and C# allowing him further access to custom solutions.



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