Hello Enscape Team,
I am requesting that at some point in the future each Enscape Asset Family that can be placed and used in Revit be offered with an option to show simplified, clean linework in Plan, Elevation, and Section. Currently, the individual Revit / Enscape User can do this by editing the Asset Family, importing or creating the desired simplified linework, associating the proper parameters so that the linework or imported DWG can scale correctly as the Enscape Asset 3D geometry scales, and then giving it a visibility parameter (or this can be controlled with the visibility / graphic overrides). Similarly, a visibility parameter also needs to be assigned to the 3D geometry of the Enscape Asset family, so that it can be turned off as needed, I think keeping the 3D geometry so that it only displays in 3D views (via the visibility / graphic overrides in the Enscape Asset family) is the best approach and then the simplified line work only shows in plan, elevation, and section or plan, left/right, front/back. This way, once the Revit model is populated with Enscape Assets, with the toggle of a parameter, floor plans, elevations, and sections can be print-ready -- at least in terms of how the entourage, planting, and furniture will look.
This is a cumbersome task, but given the quality of product / service that Enscape offers and strives to uphold, I think providing presentation-ready Enscape Assets should be a priority. One of the advantages that Enscape has over TwinMotion and Lumion is that you can use Enscape while using Revit to the point that Enscape elements show up in Revit -- by making the Enscape Asset Families look good enough to serve as elements that will be shown on presentation and print-ready plans, you are further embedding Enscape into the workflow of designers...For instance, Enscape will be needed to not only render beautiful interiors but also to create a quick and legible furniture plan. Individuals can do all of the above steps as a customization to Enscape Assets, but I think it is time that Enscape put in the leg work to offer this as standard for all Enscape Assets.
I am happy to show how this can be done and I believe this is a low-hanging fruit item that can help Enscape maintain its spot as the top rendering plug-in for Revit.