A group of students aspired to become architects. For the school curriculum, they formed design teams and designed a building, and presented it to a room full of practicing architects.
Building Information Modeling (BIM) is poised to be a major innovation in the architecture industry in the 21st century, and Revit supplies oxygen to this wonderful innovation. There are several reasons behind the increasing acceptance of Revit software.
Rich with information, BIM modeling services deliver architects a wealth of design-centric tasks and home builders a number of significant benefits including increased coordination, constructability analysis,
Applying BIM to design a building can deliver a plethora of economic, environmental and societal benefits to home builders that go even further than the advantages of AutoCAD.
Computers and technology have so far been used in the BIM industry. Recent developments have put forth the myriad advantages of modeling not only the graphical aspect but also the non-graphical aspect of building design life cycle.
Revit is a multi-users design tool that works like a champ on a local area network with all the designers sitting in the same office. But it doesn’t fit the operational needs of the larger firms working on a large project
There are claims that BIM is a game changer where everything will be done differently, and nothing short of full adoption of BIM with the multitude dimensions it claims to cover will suffice.
With the help of BIM, collaborating designers and engineers can in short order make more informed and better coordinated decisions about to what extent a dysfunctional old building should be preserved, remedied or replaced.