Category: Book News
Renaissance Revit is ready for Revit 2016. There are some new features in the software, but an update to the book is not required!
Taken from the pages of “Renaissance Revit: Creating Classical Architecture with Modern Software.” Watch a Corinthian Column Capital come to life inside of Revit Architecture. Start to finish!
I am very pleased to announce that my new book: Renaissance Revit: Creating Classical Architecture with Modern Software is now available for purchase
The difference between the two is ONLY in the printing. The black and white edition is the standard edition where all of the images are printed in grayscale. The color edition preserves all of the color and prints ALL images in color.
Just a quick post. We have posted an update to the dataset for Chapter 4 of the dataset for The Aubin Academy… more
This is a follow-up to my earlier post about my new Revit book due out later this year. I know that the… more
My book on building classical Revit families will be published before Autodesk University this year!
My publisher Cengage decided to take a different approach to many of its CAD titles last year. The title of my Revit… more
I wrote an article for lynda.com’s blog recently on the migration from AutoCAD to Revit. You can read the complete post here.
Making progress on the Corinthian column
Some days you start out with your agenda and your planned activities for the day and you know exactly what you plan… more
We have a minor update to the dataset for “The Aubin Academy: Revit MEP 2013”. The file referenced in Chapter 1 has… more
This is a followup post on my “Revit Does the Classics” post. I have continued to work on the Corinthian capital and… more
Can Revit do classical Architecture? you bet it can. I am working on a project to describe how to build highly detail and fully parametric classical column families. Interested?
The new edition of my Revit Architecture 2013 book is available
Now through December 31st, you can get 40% off the cover price of select Aubin Academy titles.
Minor error in Figure 2.13
Book pages fixed!
I have posted an update to the book datasets for both the 2011 and 2012 editions…
The latest edition of The Aubin Academy Master Series: Revit MEP 2012 is now available.
We are just days away from the release of The Aubin Academy Master Series: AutoCAD MEP 2012!
Datasets missing on CengageBrain? No worries, locate them here at paulaubin.com
This year, we produced the book with an entirely new process… we are using new software that enables us to eliminate the Microsoft Word files entirely! I work direclty in the files using software that enables me to edit the live page layout files…
When we prepared the files for the book, we really wanted to emulate the real life experience as much as possbile. Therefore, we created many of the chapter datasets using Worksharing…
I am pleased to annouce that The Aubin Academy Master Series: Revit MEP 2011 is officially released…
I have posted the dataset for the Aubin Academy Master Series: Revit MEP 2011 to my site…
Many people have emailed me over the years about digital versions of my books. Digital versions are starting to become available for some titles
I usually wait till I have actual copies of the book in my hand before I post to say that they are available, but…
We have suffered some unfortunate delays this year, but I am pleased to finally have the books out on the street and ready to go. If you wish to learn more, you can visit the book pages…
After a VERY long wait this cycle, I am happy to announce that today I received my copy of The Aubin Academy Master Series: Revit Architecture 2011.
It has been an interesting summer. The exciting news is that all of my books are rebranded this year as the “Aubin… more
The 2011 edition of Paul F. Aubin’s Mastering Revit Architecture is almost here. The book is being re-branded this year as part of the Aubin Academy…
So its summertime again and that means trying to get book updates finished! We have four books slated for release this year… more
Upon inspection, the reader is correct, the file is indeed missing, as is the folder that it should be in. We consolidated the dataset late in the process and looks like we missed a few references in the text.