In this video, we’re going to talk about how we can model a floor plan in 3D in Rhino. We’ll talk about laying out our floor plan, extruding to 3D, adding doors and windows, and adding materials.
If you’re getting started with Rhino for Architectural modeling, this video is a good place to start!
DOWNLOAD EXAMPLE FLOOR PLAN
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0:00 – Introduction
0:11 – Starting a New Project
0:45 – Modeling Floor Plan Perimeter
3:00 – Adding wall thickness with offsets
4:45 – Extruding our walls to 3D
6:04 – Adding a Slab to the Floor
7:13 – Adding Door Openings
9:06 – Adding Window Openings
11:14 – Modeling Doors for our Floor plan
13:06 – Modeling our Door Frame
15:03 – Modeling a Window and Frame
16:50 – Re-Using Doors and Windows to Save Time
18:25 – Adding Materials to our objects
19:50 – Adding materials based on layer – Time Saver!
22:28 – How to view the glass materials in Ray Traced Mode