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Residential Design Using Autodesk Revit Architecture 2013

by Daniel John Stine

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 158503293X, Paperback)

This book was designed for the architectural student using Autodesk Revit Building 9. Throughout the book the student develops a single family residence. The drawings start with the floor plans and develop all the way to photo-realistic renderings like the one on the cover.

Table of Contents

1. GETTING STARTED WITH AUTODESK REVIT BUILDING 9
2. Lake Cabin: FLOOR PLAN (The Basics)
3. Overview of Linework and Modify Tools
4. Drawing 2D Architectural Objects
5. Residence: FLOOR PLAN (First Floor)
6. Residence: FLOOR PLANS (Second Floor & Basement Plans)
7. Residence: ROOF
8. Residence: FLOOR SYSTEMS & REFLECTED CEILING PLANS
9. Residence: ELEVATIONS
10. Residence: SECTIONS
11. Residence: FLOOR PLAN FEATURES
12. Residence: SCHEDULES
13. Residence: PHOTO-REALISTIC RENDERING
14. Residence: CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS SET

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