Course Overview

Phase one of this course will cover Revit Architecture Software. Revit Architecture will give participants an in-depth guide to understanding the various techniques in building architectural models. The software makes use of easy to use modelling icons laid out in a user-friendly workflow interface, and helps to create models in little time compared to other modelling software. At the end of the training, users will be able to quickly create beautiful architectural buildings to meet their various needs and improve the quality of their model presentations to clients and business associates.

Your next phase will cover learning about V-Ray render tool. V-Ray for 3DS Max is a sophisticated rendering engine that makes use of complex mathematical equations and algorithm to produce realistic rendering in a relatively short time. Commonly used by architects for interior and exterior visualization, this software is also made use of in the engineering, medical science and even in the film and video industry. The training on V-Ray will cover certain areas such as v-ray settings, global illumination, and other important aspects of V-Ray. At the end of this training, participants will be able to quickly set up V-Ray rendering engine, modify settings for low, moderate and high-resolution rendering.

Course Contents


  • Introduction to Revit Architecture
  • Loading component families
  • Modelling techniques
  • Custom parts and components
  • Creating massing and sites


  • Introduction to 3Ds Max
  • User Interface
  • Basic setup
  • Manipulating Gizmos
  • Using Primitives
  • Importing relevant file extensions (Eg. .dwg, .obj, .ipt, .fbx, etc)
  • Basic modelling techniques
  • Editable poly
  • Soft selection
  • Splines
  • Boolean operations
  • Developing design workflow
  • Applying materials/material selection
  • Lighting and environment rigging


  • Introduction to V-Ray for 3DS Max
  • Understanding frame buffer
  • Understanding the concept of antialiasing
  • Render elements
  • Setting Global illumination, Colour saturation and Ambient Occlusion

Target Audience

  • Architects
  • Students of various institutions
  • Interior designers
  • Aspirants who aim to enhance their design skills