I cannot seem to create one large room as REVIT assumes its two rooms and wants to split them.
For example, I have a kitchen area in the same room as living/dining room and i need one overall area not two seperate ones.
How can I solve this?
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It is not clear to me what exactly happens.
Do you have a room with dividing elements (e.g. walls) that you want to treat as a single room?
In that case select the dividing element and in the properties panel deselect "Room Bounding"
The following objects have room bounding properties:
Room separation lines
Did you make the whole model yourself or did somebody else also worked on the building?
I would expect that there is a room separation line inside the room.
With visibility/graphics settings it is possible that the separation line is there but hidden from view?
Room Separation Lines are in a sub-category of the "Lines" category named "<Room Separation>"
It might show up when using "Reveal Hidden Elements" (lightbulb at bottom of your view).
And/Or it might show up depending on your view range.
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