Floor from Room

Are you Designing an Hotel or multi rooms building?
Creating more than X hundreds rooms for each floor for Guests?
Are you done with Floor finishes?

How about a minor change for 200 rooms boundary. Does it mean, ooh!!  lets do it Again?

It is a typical scenario in Architecture firms where you keep changing and updating till the Client got satisfied “Which is never happening!!”.


About the APP:

This application will help you automatically draw Floor to room boundary. Sorry! not only draw but binds as well. This means draw your walls or any room boundary element, create a room inside. start the application and Voila! you have a floor.

but what the point?, I can simply trace walls and create floors and not only that, if I moved the wall the floor automatically reshape it self to the new room shape.

Well that is true sometimes. But what if you deleted one of these boundary elements. and decided to change room shape. Obviously this link is now past tense. Also, it happen that the architect changed his mind and  merged an electrical room to a store room. So you will need to delete both floors or one of them and redraw the new shape or trace the boundary elements again to get it match.

That is the application was made for. It simply do 2 major things 1st to create a Floor from room. 2nd it binds an existing floor to a room.

Creating Floor from Room:

  1. Create a room.
  2. click on Create Floor from Room Button.
  3. Select Room.
  4. Voila you have your Floor.

Bind an Existing Floor to a Room:

  1. Click on arrow to get the pull down buttons and select Bind a Floor to Room.
  2. Select an existing Floor.
  3. Select a Room.
  4. The Floor has now been copied or moved, depends on your wish, to the selected room.

What Else.

Try moving any wall and you would see, how long time has been shortened to just a simple move.

This Video may be more expressive.

Download is available here:

Revit 2014 : http://a360.co/1Ubh4gO
Revit 2015 : http://a360.co/1JatQvt
Revit 2016 : http://a360.co/1Ubh549





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