Outdoor Furniture Revit Families

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Revit version: 2020
Created by: Umberto Rinaldi

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Outdoor Furniture Revit Families

Revit families package for outdoor furniture: Revit families to furnish the garden or terrace: gazebos and pergolas, garden tables, armchairs and sofas in various types of woods and colors. The gazebo and pergolas are furnished and contain nested families that can be saved and used separately from the host family within the project.

Includes 31 Families. 

Family Category: Furniture and Casework

It's important to mention that Families are not parametric. 

Keywords: pergola


Revit version: 2020
Classified as: Furniture

I am a Civil Engineer (Hydraulics specialization) graduated from the Polytechnic of Bari (Italy).
I have little experience behind me but a great desire to learn. For about a year I approached the world of BIM and in particular modeling in Revit but I immediately appreciated the potential that this software offers. I like modeling / creating architectural families for Revit, I hope you will enjoy them too. I am open to any kind of suggestions :)