Category: Renaissance Revit
Here is a follow-up post to my last post on Project Soane. The modeling phase is done. The Rendering phase begins soon!
Have you heard about Project Soane? Project Soane is a Worldwide effort to recreate Sir John Soane’s lost work at the Bank… more
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.
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!
The last few months have been busy with work and alas I have not gotten a chance to revisit my Revit classical… more
I received an email today asking me how to model a groin vault in Revit. In lieu of an email reply, I decided to record a quick video to show the basic steps.
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
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?