Split Roof in Revit

I noticed a post on the Revit Users Forum on LinkedIn today, and I thought I would create a quick reply. The original poster wanted to create a split roof. They created a link to some images which you can see in the original post. To create this kind of roof, start by making two separate roofs. I went ahead and made a level for each one, but you don’t have to, I just think it is nicer that way. Basically you create two shed roofs. So make sure that the defines slope checkbox is checked for only one edge on each roof. For the split part in the middle, you can use either pick walls or just draw the line while in sketch mode. I like pick walls because it will stay attached to the wall when the design changes. Here are some images:

 

Here is a link to the Revit File.

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