I found this photo and sent it to our brilliant Revit guru, Mark Rothman. An hour later I get the Revit file as seen in the photos on the right
I knew he could do it. I just didn't think he'd ever do it that quickly. Apparently there's seeing things in 3D and then there's seeing things in Revit 3D and having the ability to recreate just about anything in Revit.
Mark's available for conceptual modeling, massing and family creation services for anyone out there needing technical assistance or training. Our services are available nationally and via webcast, so all you need is a credit card and an internet connection.
Here's the stair Revit file for you to download and play with. Please don't forget to tip your consultant.
Also, click here for more information about the origin of the stair and the building it's in.
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