DODGE Posted October 17, 2011 Share Posted October 17, 2011 Hi Guys I am thinking about making the move to Revit Architectural and wanted to ask a couple of questions from people that use it. Most of the work I do, in fact virtually all the work I do is interior stuff. Offices, Bathrooms, Kitchens etc etc. I am finding that I need quick elevations and perspectives more and more, in AutoCad that’s not so quick. Can you tell me if Revit Architecture would be suitable for the smaller stuff like interiors, I do a lot of kitchens for instance. It would be great to layout a kitchen plan, and then have the elevatons and perspectives done for you, so to speak. I have tried a trial ver of Revit it and it seems quite a powerful program, maybe too powerful for me, there would probably be a lot of features I would never use. I guess that’s the same with AutoCad though, any help guys? Dodge Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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