What’s New for Architects in Revit 2022, Part 2 of 3: Interoperability and Data Exchange
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With this functionality, you can now bring an existing Revit model into FormIt Pro to serve as a context model, and continue your design exploration using the fluid, intuitive modeling capabilities of FormIt. Even better, use FormIt Pro’s integration with Dynamo and expand your design exploration using computational design tools.
Then, when you’re ready, you can move the FormIt model back into Revit and begin more detailed documentation work, creating a new, smooth workflow between early and later design phases.
Toggle back and forth between FormIt Pro and Revit for projects where you’re working on an existing building that’s getting a partial retrofit, like a new hotel lobby in an existing building, or for experimenting with different versions of a new curtain wall design, for example.
Linking Rhino Files into Revit
At Autodesk, we know that Rhino plays a significant role in early-stage design for many firms. That’s why two years ago, we introduced the ability to import Rhino 3DM files, and we’ve continued to work on improving this popular workflow between the two programs.
With Revit 2022, you can link in Rhino files that update when reloaded or when the project is reopened, instead of having to manually import a static Rhino model every time the file changes.