As an architect, I like to provide clients with a “presentation” type of drawing that shows the walls with solid fills so that wall locations stand out and clients don’t get confused by any other linework inside the walls. While these plotted drawings are typically provided during the schematic design stage of the project, I like to provide these throughout the project for various presentation purposes. Autodesk Revit provides an easy way to display walls in this solid filled method.
The December issue of Autodesk’s AU Quarterly Newsletter is out. As always, there are some excellent AEC-related articles that benefit users of Autodesk’s AEC software.
There are likely several different people blogging about their experiences at Autodesk University 2009, but I decided to go ahead and throw my thoughts into the mix. However, since I am an Architect and part of the Architecture and Building Design track, I admit that my comments will be a bit skewed toward that aspect.