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    problems with rooms on balconies - outdoor spaces

    Hello Reviters,

    We are working on a housing project of about 70 flats, each one of them having their own room schedule. On ground floor level some of these flats have garden or terraces spaces, on the higher levels outdoor spaces are on balconies.

    Now, in some cases I manage to create rooms in the project limits by adding a supplementary room separation line where necessary. In other cases this does not work and for the time being we resketched with the "balcony" surface outside the project just to have the room in the schedule. Has anyone an idea why it wouldn't work ? Revit gives the usual "non enclosed room message" even though room seperation lines are well in place ...

    Any hint would be great,

    greetings


    Kunster

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    Should work as expected - only thing I can think of is are you sure you have drawn the room seperatation lines on the right plane (ie: someone could have changed the workplane of the view)
    Alex Page
    RevitWorks Ltd
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      Originally posted by Alex Page View Post
      Should work as expected - only thing I can think of is are you sure you have drawn the room seperatation lines on the right plane (ie: someone could have changed the workplane of the view)
      That's the only thing I can think of as well. I ran into this a while back on a project with raised flooring where people were randomly putting rooms on both the "structure" level and the "finished floor" level.

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        #4
        Hi Chaps,

        Thanks for the help, well, I found the bug. It seems to me that the roofing slabs seems to have come into conlict with the room boundaries. Once I made them not room bounding things started to work normally.

        Best

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