ArchDaily recently posted an interesting article on using animated GIFs for architectural drawings. The article had some great examples but was short on details of how to actually create these images. I was curious how to create animated GIFs using Revit so I looked into the process. It turns out it’s pretty easy, provided you’re systematic […]
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Architectural Record just published their Top 300 Architecture Firms list for 2016. I was curious to dig into the data and see if there was anything interesting to learn. It turns out, once you go past the rankings, you can glean some deep insights into what makes up today’s top earning firms. Process To do my […]
I’ve been working on a big project lately. Not a fun project. . . but a big one. My client has a lot of legacy CAD drawings and they want to bring those drawings into their Revit model. They’re working on the second phase of a large campus project. The first phase was done in […]
“OK, I need to copy these files over here. Then I have to rename these other files to. . . oh, I can’t remember. Here it is on this scrap of paper. I knew I had it somewhere.” I was a twenty-two year old architectural intern with a freshly minted B.Arch degree. “OK, once that’s […]
Want a recipe for a great conference? Gather up 600 really smart Revit nerds. Mix together with a heap of in-depth classes and labs. Add in a splash (OK, more than a splash) of booze. Drizzle the whole concoction with old friends and some new ones too. Then bake it all together for 3 days in 120 degree Arizona […]