Millwork Profiles - Revit Crown Moulding families
Crown molding elevates a room's stature, drawing the eye up to the ceiling and echoing design motifs seen in other moldings to create a cohesive and polished look for the space. It is usually used at the top of walls, but also caps pilasters. More recently it is a preferred enhancement to the tops of kitchen cabinets.
How to make Crown Molding in Revit:
To create crown molding, use the Wall Sweep tool.
In a 3D or elevation view, click Architecture tab > Build panel > Wall drop-down > Wall: Sweep.
On the Properties palette, click Edit Type, or click Modify | Place Sweep tab > Properties panel > Type Properties.
In the Type Properties dialog, for Profile, select the desired Crown Molding profile type.
Click Modify | Place Wall Sweep > Placement panel, and select the orientation of the wall sweep: Horizontal.
Place the cursor over the wall to highlight the wall sweep location. Click to place the wall sweep.