After a bit of an extended hiatus, I am happy to announce that I will be speaking at this year’s BILT North America Conference in St. Louis, Missouri. My session is titled ‘Think Outside the Building: Pushing the Limits for Landscapes in Revit with Dynamo’.
Based on last year, it looks like registration Continue reading
This month’s issue of Landscape Architecture Magazine has a new article out, “BIM There, Done That,” which focuses on Meghan Quinn from Office of Cheryl Barton who seems to have some pretty solid Revit experience.
It is a good follow-up to their first article last year, “The Limits of BIM“. And it is certainly refreshing to read about a landscape architect with a can-do attitude about BIM and Revit in landscape architecture. Though I was admittedly surprised by a few statements throughout the article.
I was recently interviewed by Linda Duffy for an upcoming article in the digital edition of Geo Data Point. The article, Landscape Architecture: A Useful Piece of the BIM Workflow was just published in the February edition. It is a pretty slick interactive publication, Continue reading
The third and final article about BIM and Revit in landscape architecture is now up on World Landscape Architecture:
As a landscape architect, I am sometimes asked by architects ‘Why do you use Revit?’ And the answer is quite simple: for all of the same reasons that architects and building engineers do. This may seem obvious to anyone familiar with the program and its capabilities, but to the uninitiated this explanation is not sufficient.
So to more clearly explain the benefits of using Revit, I created this diagram which outlines seven main points as they relate to several larger, overarching concepts: information, automation, and collaboration. Most of these benefits overlap in various ways and can also be found in other BIM software, so it is worth noting that they are not necessarily unique to Revit.
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