This Revit armchair is an arquitree REALISTIC family. You can observe what elements are regular in the image with overrides or in the description;
The REALISTIC or NATIVE models will appear red (with overrides) while the regular ones white;
The REALISTIC elements will have correct texturing and allow to place patterned materials;
The regular elements should be kept with small regular patterns;
The REALISTIC and NATIVE elements have also these advantages:
- ANY OVERRIDES APPLIED TO THE SPECIFIC REVIT CATEGORY
WILL APPLY TO THEM (I.E. FURNITURE CATEGORY IN THIS EXAMPLE)
- LINEWORK IS AFFECTED BY A SUBCATEGORY THAT STARTS WITH “ARQUI…” (I.E.
“ARQUIFURNITURE” SUBCATEGORY OF FURNITURE CATEGORY IN THIS EXAMPLE)
- THEY HAVE INSTANCE- AND TYPE MATERIALS THAT CAN BE CHANGED WITH ANY OTHER MATERIAL
- THE TEXTURING IS BETTER THAN IN THE REGULAR FAMILIES
Properties for this Revit armchair:
Instance visibility parameters: Yes – Blanket & Pillow
Type visibility parameters: No
Instance material parameters: Yes – Structure & Seating
Type material parameters: Yes – Blanket & Pillow
Custom textures: Yes
Supports surface patterns and overrides: Yes
Reacts to view detail levels: Yes
Revit family category: Furniture
RFA Filesize: 1.88 MB
Works with: Revit 2017 and above
Please watch this youtube video to see the general workflow of our Revit families
To see the custom textures in Revit you have two options:
1. Copy the textures to the default Autodesk Materials texture folder
2. Copy all the textures from arquitree into one folder;
in Revit select the Revit logo in the top left and then “Options”;
in the Options Menu under “Rendering” click the + sign and add the location of the folder
For both cases you should do this before loading the families into Revit!
NOTE: If you have a “REALISTIC” family from arquitree and it contains a scalable version, it could be that this version doesn’t use the detailed maps as the fixed size versions, but a seamless texture!
To see more Revit families of this type click here
There are no reviews yet.