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Revit: Split wall to apply (paint) different materials.

A - answer If you want to assign different material (color) to a part of a wall (facade), use the function "Paint" in a combination with "Split face". Both commands can be found on the ribbon tab Modify > Geometry.

Use Split face to specify the part of the wall face which will be painted with a separate material, or paint color.

Split face (CZ version shown)

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See also:
Tip 7857:Why the MESHSPIN command complains about the object type?
Tip 5517:How to split a facade to multiple colored faces?

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