Sketching Sloped Glazing
  1. Click Home tabBuild panelRoof drop-downRoof By Footprint or Roof By Extrusion.
    NoteIf you try to create a roof on the lowest level, a dialog prompts you to move it to a different level, ensuring that the roof is higher than any walls joining to it. If you choose not to move the roof to a different level, Revit Architecture notifies you later if the roof is too low.
  2. Sketch the roof.
  3. If the roof is based on a footprint, specify roof boundary lines as slope-defining, or use the roof slope arrow to define the slope. See Slope Arrow.
  4. Click Finish Roof.
  5. Select the roof, and in the Type Selector drop-down, select Sloped Glazing.

You can place curtain grids on the curtain panels of the sloped glazing. Press Tab to switch between horizontal and vertical grids.

Sloped glazing with mullions and grid lines