AutoCAD 2016 For Architectural Design is a basic level tutorial which helps you to create 2D architectural drawings and 3D models. This book has many tutorials in which the author shows you to create architectural drawings and models using AutoCAD 2016. After completing this book, you will have good AutoCAD skills including: * Importing Hand-drawn floor plans * Creating Drawings in Layers * Creating Blocks * Creating Dynamic Blocks * Working with Hatch patterns * Adding Dimensions and annotations * Creating Elevations * Printing Drawings * Creating 3D Model using 2D drawings * Locating the model on the map * Rendering Photorealistic images Table of Contents Part 1: Creating 2D Architectural Drawings Starting AutoCAD 2015 Inserting Hand Sketches Scaling the Hand Sketches Saving the Document Creating Layers Creating Grid Lines Creating Walls Creating Doors and Windows Creating Stairs Creating the First Floor Plan Creating the Sliding Doors Creating the Balcony Creating Kitchen and Bathroom Fixtures Adding Furniture Blocks Adding Hatch Patterns and Text Adding Text Labels Creating Elevations Hatching the Elevation Views Adding Dimensions Creating Grid Bubbles Layouts and Title Block Printing Part 2: Creating 3D Architectural Model Importing 2D Drawings Creating 3D Walls Create the Ceiling Creating Doors on the Ground Floor Creating 3D Windows Creating 3D Stairs Modeling the First Floor Creating the Balcony Creating Railing Creating the Roof Creating the Terrain surface Part 3: Rendering Adding Materials Adding Cameras Adding Lights Rendering Download Resource files from www.tutorialbook.info
Learn Architectural Design using AutoCAD This book shows you how to create architectural drawings and 3D models one step at a time. Brief explanation and step-by-step instructions make this book a perfect way to get started with Architectural Design using AutoCAD. In addition, you can download the working files for chapter from the website, and use them for any help. Author first introduces the AutoCAD interface, and then moves directly into Architectural drawings. You will learn to draw walls, doors and openings, windows, stairs, and elevations. Later, you will use the 2D drawings to create a 3D model. Some of the skills you can acquire from this book are: * Import Hand-drawn drawings and use them to create CAD drawings * Use Dynamic Blocks to create doors and windows * Add dimensions and annotations to the drawing * Create elevations and 3D model Table of Contents Part 1: Creating 2D Architectural Drawings * Starting AutoCAD 2015 * Inserting Hand Sketches * Scaling the Hand Sketches * Saving the Document * Creating Layers * Creating Grid Lines * Creating Walls * Creating Doors and Windows * Creating Stairs * Creating the First Floor Plan * Creating the Sliding Doors * Creating the Balcony * Creating Kitchen and Bathroom Fixtures * Adding Furniture Blocks * Adding Hatch Patterns and Text * Adding Text Labels * Creating Elevations * Hatching the Elevation Views * Adding Dimensions * Creating Grid Bubbles * Layouts and Title Block * Printing Part 2: Creating 3D Architectural Model * Importing 2D Drawings * Creating 3D Walls * Create the Ceiling * Creating Doors on the Ground Floor * Creating 3D Windows * Creating 3D Stairs * Modeling the First Floor * Creating the Balcony * Creating Railing * Creating the Roof * Creating the Terrain surface Part 3: Rendering * Adding Materials * Adding Cameras * Adding Lights * Rendering Download Resource files from www.tutorialbook.info
Author: Marcus Kim
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Release Date: 2016-06-10
The ultimate guide to Revit Architecture just got even better Mastering Autodesk Revit 2017 for Architecture is the bestselling guide for Revit Architecture users of all levels, with focused discussions, detailed exercises, and compelling real-world examples. This new edition has been completely revamped based on reader and Revit Architecture instructor feedback to be more useful, more complete, and more approachable than ever. Organized by real-world workflow, practical tutorials guide you through each phase of a project to help you understand BIM concepts and quickly start accomplishing vital Revit Architecture tasks. From templates, work-sharing, and project management, to modeling, documentation, annotation, and complex structures, this book provides full coverage of essential Revit Architecture tools and processes. The companion website features before-and-after tutorials, additional advanced content, and an hour of video instruction to help you quickly master crucial techniques. Learn up-to-date Revit Architecture workflows and processes Master modeling, massing, and other visualization techniques Work with complex structural elements and advanced detailing Prepare for Autodesk certification exams Building information modeling pairs the visual design representation with a parametric database that stores all geometry, spatial relationships, materials, and other data generated by the design process. Design changes instantly update all documentation, and it's this efficiency that makes BIM the new permanent paradigm. Whether you're studying for a certification exam or navigating the switch from CAD, Mastering Autodesk Revit 2017 for Architecture is your number-one guide to getting up and running quickly.
Author: Eric Wing
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Release Date: 2015-06-05
Go from beginner to guru quickly with the ultimate Revit Architecture 2016 guide Autodesk Revit Architecture 2016 No Experience Required is your ultimate hands-on guide for mastering this essential BIM software. With step-by-step instruction and a continuous tutorial approach, this invaluable guide walks you through the design of a four-story office building. You'll be led through the entire design, documentation, and presentation process with expert instruction and helpful tips, so you can quickly become confident and productive. You'll follow a real-world workflow as you jump right into modeling, first placing doors and windows, then building floors layer-by-layer, adding roofs and ceilings, stairs, ramps, and railings. Coverage includes crucial information on detailing, view and match line information, and printing, plus advanced topics like curtain walls, sweeps, embedded families, and formulas. You'll delve into site considerations including grading and topsurface features, and integrate them into your design at the rendering stage. The companion website provides downloadable tutorial files so you can jump in at any point and compare your work to the pros. Revit is the industry-leading Building Information Management software, hailed for its power and sophistication. This guide helps you get the most out of the software, with expert instruction and plenty of practice. Master the interface, tools, views, and editing capabilities Work with structural objects, text, dimensions, and multi-story buildings Generate construction documentation, schedules, and material takeoffs Explore phase management, work sharing, and working with various formats BIM is the emerging paradigm for architects and others in the construction and engineering fields. Revit is the industry leader, and is quickly becoming a mandatory skillset. Autodesk Revit Architecture 2016 No Experience Required provides everything you need to get up to speed and down to work.
Author: Douglas R. Seidler
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing USA
Release Date: 2017-08-10
Building information modeling (BIM) is the new AutoCAD® for architects and interior designers-and Revit® Architecture is the leading software package in the BIM marketplace. Revit® Architecture 2018 for Designers is written specifically for architects and interior designers as they transition from CAD to BIM. Beginning with the building blocks of BIM modeling (walls, windows, and doors), the text progresses through dynamically generated 2-dimensional and 3-dimensional views to advanced features-such as photorealistic rendering, custom title blocks, and exporting drawings to AutoCAD® and SketchUp. This new edition is updated to include coverage on the latest changes in Revit® Architecture 2018. Instructions are fully illustrated, creating a smooth transition to the BIM environment for all designers. Clear, concise, and above all visual, this is the essential Revit® guide written specifically for interior designers and architects.
Author: Daniel John Stine
Publisher: SDC Publications
Release Date: 2017-05
Residential Design Using Autodesk Revit 2018 is designed for users completely new to Autodesk Revit. This text takes a project based approach to learning Autodesk Revit’s architectural tools in which you develop a single family residence all the way to photorealistic renderings like the one on the cover. Each book also includes access to extensive video training designed to further help you master Autodesk Revit. The lessons begin with a basic introduction to Autodesk Revit 2018. The first four chapters are intended to get you familiar with the user interface and many of the common menus and tools. Throughout the rest of the book a residential building is created and most of Autodesk Revit’s tools and features are covered in greater detail. Using step-by-step tutorial lessons, the residential project is followed through to create elevations, sections, floor plans, renderings, construction sets, etc.
Author: Daniel John Stine
Publisher: SDC Publications
Release Date: 2013
Architectural Commercial Design Using Revit 2014 is designed for the architectural student using Revit 2014. The intent is to provide the student with a well-rounded knowledge of tools and techniques for use in both school and industry. This text takes a project based approach to learning Revit's Architectural tools in which the student develops a three story office building. Each book comes with a CD containing numerous video presentations of the written material. General building codes and industry standard conventions are covered in a way that is applicable to the current exercise. The first two chapters are intended to get the reader familiar with the user interface and many of the common menus and tools of Revit 2014. A small office is created in chapter two to show just how easy it is to get started using Revit. By the end of chapter two the student will be excited and prepared to take on a much larger project. Throughout the rest of the book the student develops a three story office building. The drawings start with the floor plans and develop all the way to photo-realistic renderings like the one on the cover of this book. In these chapters many of the architectural tools and features of Revit 2014 are covered in greater detail.
Author: James Vandezande
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Release Date: 2015-05-27
The Autodesk-endorsed guide to real-world Revit Architecture mastery Mastering Autodesk Revit Architecture 2016 provides focused discussions, detailed exercises, and compelling, real-world examples to help you get the most out of the Revit Architecture 2016 software. Information is organized to reflect the way you learn and implement Revit, featuring real-world workflows, in-depth explanations, and practical tutorials that help you understand Revit and BIM concepts so you can quickly start accomplishing vital tasks. The thorough coverage makes this book an ideal study guide for those preparing for Autodesk's certification exam. The companion website features before-and-after tutorials, additional advanced content, and video on crucial techniques to help you quickly master important tasks. This comprehensive guide walks you through the software to help you begin designing quickly. Understand basic BIM concepts and the Revit interface Explore templates, work-sharing, and project management workflows Learn modeling, massing, and visualization techniques for other industries Work with complex structures, annotation, detailing, and much more To master what is quickly becoming an essential industry tool, Mastering Revit Architecture 2016 is your ultimate practical companion.
Wie orientieren wir uns in einer Stadt? Woher rühren unsere ganz fest umrissenen visuellen Vorstellungen? Um diese Fragen beantworten zu können, studierte Kevin Lynch die Erfahrungen von Menschen und zeigt damit, wie man das Bild der Stadt wieder lebendiger und einprägsamer machen könnte.
Der Architekturhistoriker Sigfried Giedion gilt als ein Wegbereiter der Moderne, sein 1941 unter dem Titel Space, Time, Architecture erstmals erschienenes Werk ist längst zu einem Klassiker der Architekturtheorie avanciert. Giedion skizziert darin die Vorgeschichte und die Entwicklung des in den Zwanzigerjahren so bedeutungsvollen neuen Bauens und veranschaulicht dessen weltweite Auswirkungen. In der Vielfalt oft widersprüchlicher Tendenzen suchte er die geheime Synthese, in der sich eine neue Tradition ankündigte, ohne dass sie zunächst zu einer bewussten und handlungsbestimmenden Realität wurde. Giedion wurde so zu dem Historiker, der das Entstehen dieser neuen Tradition in der Architektur sowie ihre Beziehungen zu Handwerk, Kunst und Wissenschaft sichtbar machte und so immer noch zur Transparenz des gegenwärtigen Zustands beiträgt. Das Nachwort des Architekturkritikers Reto Geiser erläutert die Aktualität dieses in alle Weltsprachen übersetzten Standardwerks.