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Every Wonder What Happen To FormZ ?
2015-06-25 | Author: By Michael Anonuevo

Wonder No More! Our friend Michael Anonuevo has done it again with a great review of FormZ. Watch out SKetchUp


2014-02-09 | Author: : By Michael Anonuevo



Often times I hear that firms do not have the time to adequately perform high end visualization. 
Sometimes the excuses are different, Revit takes too long to render, we don't have enough detailed equipment, our staff isn't trained to perform this task or our client just isn't asking for it.
So what can we do as architects and engineers to improve the efficiency of creating visual acuity from our data models to aid in the development of future projects?


Who's BAD? other than Michael Anonuevo
2013-12-19 | Author: other than Michael Anonuevo

A Product Review by Michael Anonuevo


Portable Revit Workstation Review
2013-09-18 | Author: Michael Anonuevo

A Product Review by Michael Anonuevo


Revit Workstation Review by Michael Anonuevo

Here is a post post at Mike's website and at It's about a Revit workstation and I'm sure there is some good info to be learned.

Thank's Michael


Our friend Michael Anonuevo has metric versions of his new eBook on creating Revit Families available. This is going be a must have for anyone wanting to master high end artistic Revit Families in metric. Check it out !!


Our friend Michael Anonuevo had a new eBook on creating Revit Families. This is going be a must have for anyone wanting to master high end artistic Revit Families. Check it out !!


ARCHITECT: Climate Change
2012-03-02 | Author: Adam Mazmanian

Why is the leading enterprise software company for designers getting ahead of its customers? Because it thinks it knows where they're going.


ARCHDAILY: Practice 2.0
2012-01-30 | Author: David Fano and Steve Sanderson, edited by Julie Quon

Championing the young architect's career, a lesson from technology startups.


2011-12-14 | Author: Aaron Seward

Are architects taking advantage of all building information modeling can offer?


2009-06-29 | Author: AUGI

AUGI and Extension Media announce AUGI AEC Edge. A new publication dedicated to the AEC industry, the innaugural issue of AUGI|AEC EDGE is now available for download.

Revit Cross Discipline Articles:
   - How Can the Introduction of Business & Software Systems Affect your Business? 
   - How To "BIM-Enable  IPD" 
   - A Little Help From My Friends Collaboration Between Consultants
   - Extending BIM Design Value Using The Revit API
   - A Trainer’s Perspective: Key Requirements For A Successful BIM Implementation
   - A General Contractor’s Venture Into BIM And VDC

Revit Architecture
   - Revit In A Large Firm:  A Tale Of Implementing Revit
   - Getting Oriented With Revit’s Coordinate System
   - Make Room For Revit: Key Requirements For A Successful BIM Implementation
   - A Tutorial For Line Based Families
   - Revit In High School: Meet Two Progressive Teachers And Their Program

Revit Structure
   - Growing Revit Structure
   - Integrating Analysis Programs With Revit Structure
   - Revit Ready: Looking Back

Revit MEP
  - How To Play Nice: Sharing Revit Models Between Disciplines
   - Five Steps To Success With Revit MEP: The Reality
   - Putting The ‘I’ In Your BIM Content: Revit MEP Families That Capture Design Intent
   - Revit MEP Implementation At CTA Group: A Struggle With Promise

   - Contributed White Paper: Conceptual Design Modeling In Autodesk Revit Architecture 2010
   - Autodesk Insiders: Revit: An Autodesk Design/Build Project
   - AUGI Local Chapter Focus: South Coast Revit User Group (SCRUG)
   - Attorney At Large: Achieving IPD In 3D
   - Inside Track: The Latest Autodesk AEC Related Information!
   - Head's Up: Recent Known Issues And Problems Documented By Autodesk And AUGI Members



Revit Technology Conference 2008
2008-06-01 | Author: Rugsyd

Experience the power of BIM with Autodesk Revit, at the 3rd international Revit Technology Conference.

The 2008 Annual Conference is to be held Thursday 26 June – Saturday 28 June at the Novotel Brighton Beach, Sydney.

Details at

Rodd Perey
RTC 2008 Committee


Revit Architecture 2009 - AECbytes Product Review
2008-04-30 | Author: Lachmi Khemlani

Revit Architecture 2009 is the latest release of Autodesk’s BIM application for architectural design that integrates elements, views, and annotations into a single, coordinated building information model.

Pros: New mental ray rendering engine and extensive library of predefined materials allows high-quality renderings to be generated within Revit Architecture; additional rendering aids include photometric lights and expanded library of RPC content; new Swept Blend massing tool allows more complex forms to be modeled; macros capability gives users direct access to the Revit API for developing useful aids and shortcuts; new navigation tools make it easier to view the model from any desired angle; ability to apply color fills to sections; many other enhancements in modeling, interface, display, document creation, and interoperability; continues to remain very intuitive and easy to use.

Cons: Interface for conceptual modeling lacks the fluidity of other 3D modeling applications; complex building elements still relatively difficult to model; the potential for better inferencing and smarts to cut down on modeling steps remains largely unexploited.


AECbytes Product Review : Revit Architecture 2008
2007-06-26 | Author: Lachmi Khemlani

In last month's newsletter on the AIA 2007 National Convention and Expo, I provided a brief overview of the new release of Revit Architecture (formerly known as Revit Building), which was demonstrated by Autodesk at the show. Going by the officially released seat count, the adoption of the Revit platform has doubled in the past year, which doesn't come as much of a surprise, given the growing interest in BIM among all the players and stakeholders in the AEC industry. This, in turn, allows Autodesk to continue to invest heavily in the development of all the Revit-based disciplinary BIM solutions. Let's look at the improvements that this annual development cycle has engineered for the architectural users of Revit in the 2008 release...


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