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Revit Patterns Library - Modern Ceramic Tiles

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Includes 9 Geometric Model Patterns based on Modern Beautiful Ceramic Tiles (rvt. File) for Revit 2020.
Revit version: 2020
Created by: RD Studio

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Revit Patterns Library - Modern Ceramic Tiles

Includes 9 Geometric Model Patterns based on Modern Beautiful Ceramic Tiles (rvt. File) for Revit 2020. 

Each Pattern is saved as a Model Pattern and a matching Filled Region. 

The drawing source lines are saved too, so that you can modify the size of the base tile. You can create new patterns and modify existing ones by using PyRevit Plugin. 

To use it in your project simply open the RFA file and copy paste the desired pattern swatches to your file. To copy all patterns in one click, open your project (and the patterns file) and in your project go to: Manage > Transfer Project Standards. Choose the Patterns file and Transfer Standards. That will include the Fill Pattern Library.

Revit version: 2020
Classified as: Patterns
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