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Mastering Revit Architecture 2012

February 20th, 2012 by rehiggins | Comments Off on Mastering Revit Architecture 2012

Mastering Revit Architecture 2012

I know I’m late to the party, but one of our projects made it into MARA 2012… The model shown above was produced and managed in Revit Architecture 2010 then exported to Rhino for rendering with Maxwell. The purpose of the renderings featured in the book was to highlight the modeling and overall form of […]


Revit Architecture and Sprinklers

April 3rd, 2011 by rehiggins | Comments Off on Revit Architecture and Sprinklers

Revit Architecture and Sprinklers

THE PROJECT I recently had to model sprinkler lines/heads for a project: the renovation of a Paul Rudolph-designed building. The FP engineer was working with 2D .dwgs of our model; completely missing the complex sectional qualities of the building. In order to coordinate the intended design we decided to model the sprinklers in Revit Architecture […]


Revit and IFC, Part I

March 21st, 2011 by rehiggins | 2 Comments

Revit and IFC, Part I

BACKGROUND Currently we have a major State project that is in collaboration with another Architecture firm that uses ArchiCAD. We’re running Revit Architecture 2010 (our project model has been in-process since 2009) and the rest of the consultants are using their respective Revit flavors or versions of AutoCAD. The intent of the project is to […]


Year’s end, Paul Rudolph and Revit

November 23rd, 2009 by rehiggins | 4 Comments

I’ve been busy and this blog has certainly not been cared for enough; but I plan on changing that, though until I finish the ARE I’m not going to be very focused on updating. I am currently working on the renovation and addition of the Paul Rudolph-designed Claire T. Carney Library at the University of […]