Materials in Revit

Revit Materials

Enscape generally uses the following Appearance parameters:

Roughness / Glossiness
Bump Map
Glossiness Map
Cutout Texture
Texture Offset Scaling, and Rotation
Metal Type / Metal Finish Variation
Image Fade
Sel Illumination + Color Temperature
Self-Illumination Map and Filter
Hardwood Tint

Additionally, new material classes available in Revit 2019 – including Normal Map support – are fully supported.


By setting the material class to glass, Enscape will render the material as glass according to your settings.

Roughness / Glossiness

Special Materials

By including the word “Grass” in the material name, Enscape will render the material as actual grass blades, the color is being determined by the color / texture of the material, so you can also use it for, e.g., carpets. “Tall Grass” will display taller grass blades, while “Wild Grass” will make for a more uneven look and “Short Grass” will give you a freshly mowed lawn.

By setting the material class to Water, Enscape will render the material as animated water with refraction and caustics. Enscape will take the settings set in the water material into account and display them accordingly.

Enscape's Special Materials for Revit

Unsupported Properties

Enscape does currently not support Revit’s procedurally generated textures

Material Test Project

Visit our Free Sample Revit Projects page to download a sample material test project and see some examples of what materials are possible.

Material Sample Project for Revit

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