Wall Paneling 8 | Revit Family


With this traditional style line-based Revit family paneling system, you will take your renders to the next level. This family is packed with parameters like height, chair rail height, ends angles, number of repeats and the choice of single or multiple squares, that will make your space and your renders look unique in each project.

  • Parametric: Yes
  • Hybrid*: No
  • Compatible with: Revit 2016 and higher.
  • Family type: Generic Model Line Based
  • Materials/textures: Not included
  • Approximate file size: 0.82 MB
  • File format: .zip**


This Revit family wall paneling system comes with the following customizable parameters and options:

Total height of paneling:

  • Minimum height: 6′
  • Maximum height: 20′

Chair rail height:

  • Minimum chair rail height: 1′
  • Maximum chair rail height: Height*0.85

Change the start and end cuts using the Start and End Angle values in the properties. Set the value (of Start or End) to 0 if you want 90 degree angles. Set the value (of Start or End) to 1 if you want an inwards 45 degree cut. Set the value (of Start or End) to 2 if you want an outwards 45 degree cut. Set it to any other number in case you have an angle that is different than 45 or -45 and change the Manual Start Angle or Manual End Angle to the desired angle. Positive angles go inwards while negative angles go outwards.

  • Maximum inward angle: 60 degrees
  • Maximum outward angle: -60 degrees

Number of repeats:

  • Minimum number of repeats: 2
  • Maximum number of repeats: Length/4.5″

Panel can have multiple or single squares.

Backdrop can be removed.

NOTE: After being loaded into a project, it can be placed through the Component Tool.

Material parameter for:

  • Wall Trim

* Hybrid families combine native Revit objects with other 3D applications’ objects for a more organic and realistic look to the families. The objects coming from other 3D applications are configured to NOT have mesh lines (only outlines) and to display in black.

** All files are delivered in zip format. Before using your families, you will need to unzip the Revit file(s) (.rfa or .rvt) using a 3rd party software like Winzip or Peazip. Make sure to have a software to unzip files before purchasing 3D models.