Feb 19, 2021 – Autodesk released Generative Design 21.16.10 for Revit 2021
The Generative Design 21.16.10for Revit 2021 is available via the Autodesk Desktop Connector app or via download from the Autodesk subscription site. The update requires access to the original install resources.
This official January build replaces any previously installed version of Generative Design for Revit.
The build version of this release of Generative Design is v21.16.10.
Direct access to Generative Design in Revit using the ribbon tools is available only to subscribers of the Autodesk Architecture, Engineering, & Construction (AEC) Collection. Without the AEC Collection subscription, you can access some similar functionality with Dynamo for Revit.
Generative Design 21.16.10 for Revit 2021
With Generative Design in Revit, you can leverage computing power to quickly generate and explore alternatives to a design problem.
In a generative design process, you specify the goals, constraints, and inputs. Then you leverage the power of the computer to generate lots of design alternatives quickly and to evaluate these alternatives against the defined goals. The result is a set of alternatives that help you meet your design goals.
Improvements and Enhancements
This update improves how Generative Design stores all study types. User can now store study types in multiple folders, including local folders and mapped network drives.
In Dynamo for Revit, a new set of tools streamlines and simplifies the creation and update process for graphs that will be used as Generative Design study types. Improved support for Dynamo graph Dependencies.
In Dynamo, the Export for Generative Design command has been replaced by a Create Study Type (or Update Study Type) button on the Study Type tab.
Sample study types are now read-only.
See more release notes for Generative Design in the Revit help.