Thoughtful tile design must consider scale and pattern. With our comprehensive database of Revit Multipiece Tile Fill Patterns, you can explore many design options. Adding tile patterns to Revit has never been easier. With Revit Multipiece Tile Fill Patterns you will have access to any of the desired patterns listed below. Two Piece Patterns and Three Piece Patterns are also available.
Revit Multipiece Tile Patterns offerings
There is a total of twenty-eight patterns offered. They are Briad, Brick Joint, Calico, Cantena, Capella, Corridor, Cyprus, Foulard, Frieze, Hopscotch, Interlocked Modified, Italia, Kaleidoscope Horizontal, Kaleidoscope Vertical, Kaleidoscope, Marseilles, Modified Hopscotch, Modified Versailles, Ombre, Opus, Paladio, Palladio Modified, Palatial Versailles, Paredon, Patchwork, Roman Opus, Standard Versailles, Versailles.. Patterns are accurate to 0.000000001″.
Revit Multipiece Tile Patterns sizes
All fill patterns are model patterns. This means they scale with the model. They are great for creating grids for laying out walls, floors, walks, and other paved areas. Use rotate and align tools to manipulate Revit Multipiece Tile Fill Patterns. Use dimensions to measure lengths between pattern lines and other model elements or datums.
Each Pattern comes in seven industry-standard formats based on one-inch increments.
Getting the right tile size and pattern. Using these fill patterns help design better spaces. Mix and match fill patterns and sizes to advance spaces, adding flow and visual complexity.
Instructions for transferring Fill Patterns to your target project.
- In the target project, click the Manage tab Settings panel (Transfer Project Standards).
- In the Select Items to Copy dialog, select the source project for Copy from.
- Select the Object Styles and Project Parameters
- Click OK.