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Thu, Sep 27, 2012 at 6:43:01 PM | Populate windows from gh to revit... how to?

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is it posible create some windows in gh as close curves or references points/plane with parameters for width and heigth, import that to revit and then populate with a window family?

Actually this will work with any family if you just import some references planes and then populate that with a family type that you especify in grasshopper (furniture, trees, windows, doors, etc).

 

so is it posible? 

 

 


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