Introducing Revit Architecture 2009
BIM for Beginners
By Greg Demchak, Tatjana Dzambazova, Eddy Krygiel
Publisher: Wiley / Sybex
Final Release Date: September 2009
Pages: 480

Harness The Power Of Bim With Revit

Revit Architecture has transformed how architectural models are designed and documented, and the latest edition of this popular guide will get you quickly up to speed on this industry-leading BIM solution. Introducing Revit Architecture 2009 explains the principles of BIM, provides a thorough overview of Revit, and then delves into fine detail on vital Revit tools and tasks. You'll get comfortable with Revit's intuitive interface, and, through a series of challenging exercises, learn how to model, document, present, and share your design ideas using this groundbreaking software.

The expert authors—all architects with years of solid experience with BIM technology—offer pages of impressive examples, practical explanations, real-world architectural scenarios, and in-depth, focused tutorials. This book is the perfect resource for readers of all skill levels who want to quickly accomplish vital Revit tasks.

  • Take advantage of the very latest features and functions in Revit Architecture 2009

  • Understand BIM and its advantages over traditional drafting

  • Learn the basics of parametric modeling and the Revit philosophy

  • Develop a design and move it to construction documentation

  • Uncover the secrets to creating inspiring presentations

  • Select the best ways to exchange and share your design with others

  • Create informative section views in seconds

  • Color-code plans for presentation

  • Create photo-realistic prespective views

Beautiful Full-Color Insert
Draw inspiration and ideas from the striking images in the book's beautiful, 16-page color insert while you master essential Revit techniques.

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