Category: Renaissance Revit

More Project Soane

Here is a follow-up post to my last post on Project Soane. The modeling phase is done. The Rendering phase begins soon!

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Project Soane – The World’s first “Crowd Sourced” Revit Project!

Have you heard about Project Soane? Project Soane is a Worldwide effort to recreate Sir John Soane’s lost work at the Bank …

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Is Renaissance Revit ready for Revit 2016?

Renaissance Revit is ready for Revit 2016. There are some new features in the software, but an update to the book is not required!

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Revit Corinthian – YouTube style

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!

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Renaissance Revit Now Available

I am very pleased to announce that my new book: Renaissance Revit: Creating Classical Architecture with Modern Software is now available for purchase

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New Book on Revit and Classical Architecture

My book on building classical Revit families will be published before Autodesk University this year!

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Planting Columns

The last few months have been busy with work and alas I have not gotten a chance to revisit my Revit classical …

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Create a Groin Vault Roof in Revit

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.

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Corinthian Update

Making progress on the Corinthian column

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Classical Shades

Some days you start out with your agenda and your planned activities for the day and you know exactly what you plan …

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Classic Follow-up

This is a followup post on my “Revit Does the Classics” post. I have continued to work on the Corinthian capital and …

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Revit does the Classics

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?

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