Revit Three Piece Tile & Paver Patterns

Use Revit Three Piece Tile & Paver Patterns to help design your floors, walks, and terraces. Each of the Revit Three Piece Tile & Paver Patterns is based on industry standard sizes and patterns. Patterns are accurate to 0.000000001″.

Revit Three Piece Tile & Paver Patterns

All Patterns are Model Patterns, thus scale with the model. You can move Revit Model Patterns by dragging or by using the Move tool. They are also great for creating a grid for laying out walls, floors, walks, and other paved areas. Rotate and Align tools are useful in manipulating Revit Three Tile Patterns as well.

Revit Three Piece Tile & Paver Patterns.

There is a total of thirty three-piece patterns offered. They are Block, Block Weave, Blocked Up, Blocsteps, Braid, Broken Joint, Corridor, Corridor Layered, Corridor Modular, Divisible, Double Tressis, Double Weave, Hound’s Tooth, Linear Weave, Modular Rectangle, Modular Weave, Pinwheel, Plain Weave, Shadow Box, Soldiered, Staggered Brickwork, Stairstep, Stepping Stone,  Tartan A, Tartan C, Trefoil, Triad, Trifold, Vectored & Window. One complimentary tile pattern is available with each purchase. Fill out the contact form & attach a sketch. Average delivery time is within 24 hours but may vary.

Revit Three Piece Tile & Paver Patterns Sizes in Imperial Units

Each Pattern comes in seven formats. Formats are based on 1″ increments with a 2″ being the smallest denomination for each for each pattern.  Although these base on industry standards, manufacturer sizing conventions vary.

Metric Patterns Coming Soon!

Instructions for transferring Patterns to your target project.

  1. In the target project, click Manage tab Settings panel (Transfer Project Standards).
  2. In the Select Items to Copy dialog, select the source project for Copy from.
  3. Select the Object Styles and Project Parameters
  4. Click OK.

Revit Brick Masonry Patterns

Custom Patterns and Textures are available upon request. Pricing for matching Texture creation varies depending on complexity.

Learn about using Model Pattern here.