Monthly Archives: September 2010

Revit ‘dummy’ tags

In the past week, I’ve had two requests for ‘dummy’ tags to use in Revit – something that really makes me cringe. I’m a firm believer that the incredible value of using a database system that Revit is, is in … Continue reading

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How implementing Revit is like making Lasagne

One of the most common questions I’m asked by firms who are starting their transition from a 2D design and documentation process (CAD) to a 3D visualization and data-rich documentation process (Revit) is whether to train a project team on … Continue reading

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Living Wall depicts Europe’s blooms

The facade of the European Environmental Agency (EEA) in Copenhagen holds a graphic living map of Europe, planted with regional blooms. The living wall is actually a metal frame and grid, supporting a hydroponically irrigated array of felt pockets containing … Continue reading

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