Category Archives: 3D modeling

Urban Core

In the past few months I’ve been working on a handful of single-family homes in central east Austin. They all have certain commonalities. Appropriately scaled for their neighborhoods, they range from a thousand to around 1600 square feet—restrained in this … Continue reading

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My book, BIM in Small-Scale Sustainable Design, recently became available at Amazon, and should be out in late November. I discuss in detail how building information modeling can effectively be used by small and medium-sized architecture firms to design more … Continue reading

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Review: 3D Modeling in Vectorworks 2009

I’m an advocate of the strategic use of Building Information Modeling (BIM) in architectural design, I’ve trained professionals in the use of Vectorworks (a BIM product) for over a decade, and I’ve taught Vectorworks in universities. So, I have both … Continue reading

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