Revit Architecture 2015 by H. Edward Goldberg
A Hands-On Guide

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Synopsis

Revit® Architecture 2015: A Comprehensive Guide, offers students a hands-on series of tutorials, arranged hierarchically, to acquaint them with the features and methodology of the Revit 2015 program. Once a student has successfully completed the basic exercises, he/she can then move on to the final project, which puts all the exercises together and illustrates the development of a real-world project from start to finish. Written by a practicing architect and educator, this text appeals to architects, architectural draftsmen, and students because it approaches the use of Revit for real-world application from the perspective of a professional in the field. Features solid pedagogical tools that help students study effectively:

 

•     A Getting Started chapter at the beginning of the book helps students get up to speed and start making Revit Architecture drawings.

•     Chapter Objectives with a bulleted list of learning objectives for each chapter provide users with a roadmap of important concepts and practices that will be introduced in the chapter.

•     Tips relate the author's experiences to specific chapter content. These enhance the student's success in the workplace and provide real-life tips and tricks for the problems.

•     Notes present hints, tips, and tricks to enhance productivity.

•     Exercises throughout the chapters provide step-by-step walk-through activities for the student, allowing immediate practice and reinforcement of newly learned skills.

•     Each chapter ends with a summary and multiple choice and true/false test questions.


 

About H. Edward Goldberg

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H. Edward Goldberg (Baltimore, MD), AIA, is a practicing Licensed Architect, Industrial Designer, Technical Writer, Educator, and Industry Analyst. Ed has written several textbooks on Bentley Architecture V8i and Autodesk's Architectural Desktop and Revit Architecture.
 
Published December 17, 2014 by Peachpit Press. 744 pages
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