After some experimenting with the available room tools I’ve got a question.
What is the easiest way to make sure a room boundary is closed, simplified and can be used for other geometrical operations? Generating floors, for example .
It seems that it always are some inconsistencies in curves extracted from room boundaries, and I guess this is because of how Revit deals with room boundaries.
(One option I’ve tried was to create an element.solid from the room curves and find intersection with a plane generated from the room location point, but it involved some surface generation which tends to slow things down quite a bit. I’ve also tried converting to PC and then extracting curves again to see if sorting order was the problem, but to no avail.)