Explore CORE Studio’s latest contribution to DynamoRevit. We added a lot of new nodes which are partly already released with Dynamo 1.2 and will fully be available with the next Dynamo release. There are a lot of new nodes for creating and manipulating annotations, accessing element properties, manipulating existing locations and entirely new features like creating family types from dynamo geometries or creating global parameters. We added a list containing all new nodes below:


  • Draw and query detail curves by dynamo curves
  • Create dimensions by elements or manipulate dimension properties
  • Make filled regions by outline and access filled region types
  • Place revision clouds by outline curves like polygons
  • Tag any element in Revit directly through Dynamo
  • Place text notes in views, access their properties and text note types

Tag Walls and place Dimensions in Dynamo



  • Access Material properties like Name, Shininess, Smoothness, Transparency, SurfacePatternColor, MaterialClass, MaterialCategory, CutPatternColor, Color, CutPatternId, AppearanceParameters, ThermalParameters, StructuralParameters


  • Select multiple edges from elements


  • Create rooms by location point
  • Get room boundaries as curves
  • Create reference planes by points
  • Get location point or curve and manipulate them with the set location node
  • Move elements by vector
  • Access element materials
  • Create new revisions using dynamo
  • Create wall by face
  • Access Revit’s shape editor for roofs and floors
  • Create curtain systems by face

Create Wall by Face in Dynamo



  • Access properties like host element of family and type
  • Create new family types by dynamo geometry

Create new Family types from Dynamo geometry


  • GetSurveyPoint and
  • GetBasePoint give you direct access to the document’s coordinates


  • Access parameter properties like: HasValue, IsReadOnly, IsShared, Group, ParameterType, Id, UnitType, ParameterByName, SetValue, StorageType, SharedParameterFile,
  • Create shared or project parameters
  • Create global parameters (from Revit 2017)
  • Access global parameter properties


  • Create Parameter Filters by filter rules
  • Create Filter Rules by Rule Types
  • Create new Override graphic settings

Performance Adviser

  • Run Revit’s performance adviser directly in dynamo and explore failure messages

UI Nodes

  • And several UI nodes to access elements like: Phase, Revision, FilledRegionType, RevisionNumbering, RevisionNumberType, ParameterType, BuiltInParameterGroup, RevisionVisibility, DirectShapeRoomBoundingOption, FilterType, HorizontalAlignment, VerticalAlignment, RuleType

Written by: Max Thumfart