Introduction to Autodesk Revit Building 8

Introduction to Autodesk Revit Building 8

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by Dan Stine
     
 
This textbook was designed for the architectural student using Autodesk Revit 8.0. The intent is to provide the student with a well-rounded knowledge of tools and techniques for use in both school and industry. Throughout the book the student develops a three story office building. The drawings start with the floor plans and develop all the way to photo-realistic

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This textbook was designed for the architectural student using Autodesk Revit 8.0. The intent is to provide the student with a well-rounded knowledge of tools and techniques for use in both school and industry. Throughout the book the student develops a three story office building. The drawings start with the floor plans and develop all the way to photo-realistic renderings like the one on the cover of this book. Also, in a way that is applicable to the current exercise, general building codes and industry standard conventions are covered.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781585032365
Publisher:
Schroff Development Corp.
Publication date:
08/05/2005
Edition description:
New Edition
Pages:
294
Product dimensions:
8.40(w) x 10.90(h) x 0.80(d)

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Introduction to Autodesk Revit Building 8 2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Luckily I'm not new to CAD programs otherwise this book would have turned me away from the Revit program. The book starts off great, explaining what buttons do what and very educational, but that is the best it gets. After the first chapter it is a nightmare. It starts you up drawing up a cabin, and one would quickly become frustrated as the book leaves out several steps in drawing the cabin and leaves you to figure out on your own what windows to select and where to place them. It helped me out a bit in learning what the program is and what it can do, but without a teacher to fill in the blanks this book would be extremely confusing to people new to Revit and CAD programs in general.