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R evolution B rew H ouse “As Mill Buildings Age Gain Histories Patina Attain Elegance� UNCG

IAR

411

Fall 2014

P r o j e c t T y p e : Historical, Commercial transformation. M e d i u m :

Revit, Autocad, Photoshop,Illustrator.

Designer:

Elizabeth Leonard

This design project for Revolution Mill in Greensboro, North Carolina. The objective was to create a brew pub which included designing the graphics, what food was ser ved, and the layout of the space.


During this project I was experimenting with creating families and adding parameters for texture and size. I discovered many ways to create one thing and which way would be fastest. To improve my Revit use I took a self directed course as well as edited other families I found online to explore how families work.


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This plan called for chairs with many different heights. Creating furniture with specific parameters which can be changed to create the different sized chairs helped save time so I would not have to make separate families.


Union Station “R e c a p W i t h H i s t o r y”

UNCG

IAR

548

Spring 2013

P r o j e c t T y p e : Historical, Residential M e d i u m :

Recap, Revit

D e s i g n e r s : Elizabeth Leonard Kimberly Mott


Union Station is a historical train station in Winston Salem, North Carolina. It was turned into a storage unit for the city, but there are plans for renovation to bring it back to its former glory. I worked with an AutoDesk program, Recap, to capture the space as a point cloud using LiDAR technology. With this program I was able to take measurements in areas where we would not have been able reach and capture the space in 3D. In Revit I have modeled and performed a digital restoration of the main lobby and the front exterior with an eye for extreme detail and accurate materials.


Specific Formula

Using this Line based model I was able to create a molding with specific details that you would not be able to create using a regular Sweep profile.

This is just a regular profile sweep that is then added to the Line based model.


Two families: The one the left is a Line based model and the one on the right is a generic model. They come together to create the image below.

Not only did I use Recap, I also used the original floorplans and old pictures of the building to locate changes that may have occurred over the years.


Than k you

fo r your time

and consideration.

I hav e n o t failed , I’v e just fou nd 10,000 ways that wo n ’t w o rk - Tho m as

Edison

Revit Portfolio  

Selected works that I have done with Revit.

Revit Portfolio  

Selected works that I have done with Revit.

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