INDES 262 Introduction to Revit • 5 Cr.
Introduces students to Revit Architecture, a building information modeling and computer-aided design and drafting tool, and how to create industry-standard graphic communication for interior design and construction documentation. Hands-on work in the computer lab familiarizes students with the Revit graphic user interface, using high-performance computer hardware, and creating presentation output in digital and printed formats. Prerequisite: INDES 171 with a C- (1.7) or better.
After completing this class, students should be able to:
- Employ computer hardware, peripherals, operating system and software skills and knowledge in the design process to demonstrate their appropriate use in design presentation and documentation.
- Produce drafted lines, using computer aided drafting application, with appropriate thickness, opacity, and precision.
- Produce a legible and consistent style of conventional architectural lettering using computer aided drafting programs to convey written information.
- Create technically accurate two-dimensional depictions of interior spaces and objects using drawing commands and printing them to proper architectural scale.
- Demonstrate basic proficiency with two-dimensional drawing and productivity commands by tutorial practice and application of basic computer aided drafting skills in an interior design documentation project.
- Select and use appropriate computer aided drafting tools and procedures in the design process, and appraise the benefits of using a computer aided drafting system versus manual drafting, by applying comparable computer aided drafting drafting techniques to produce an interior design documentation project.