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If you are based in North America, please use the folder titled "Product-North-America". If you are based outside of North America, please use the other folder.
Muuto In-Stock and Made-To-Order materials are provided and included in the download folders.
Please click here to download our 2D and 3D files.
Muuto does not assign material properties inside our Revit families. We provide individual sub-categories inside each family, allowing for material assignments to elements that share the same finish. These are also instance parameters if similar products (such as family types) need to have unique finishes. In the Project Editor, under the Manage tab, choose Object Styles. On the Model Objects tab, click in the Material column and set materials to subcategories. Materials are not included with the RFA files.
Always use the Revit Insert/Load Family command to load families. All Knoll Revit Families have an accompanying Type Catalogue “TXT” files with the same name as the RFA file. Both of these files need to be placed in the same local folder. Drag-and-dropping RFA files into Revit bypasses the Type Catalogue and size options will not be available.
One set of Revit-files is specific for the North American market while the other is for the rest of the world. The North American Revit-files contain North America market-specific information, such as stock information and lead-time.
You might be displaying your view in “Coarse” Visual Style. Set the Visual Style to “Fine” to visualize the full features of the family.
Muuto has standardized on Revit Architecture 2016 for its authoring package. Families may be inserted into version 2016, or new projects. We will continue to stay two releases behind Autodesk for development.
Within the Properties panel for the view, increase the “Cut plane” value found within the View Range. Number could be set to 5’0” or higher than the tallest component.