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1-2-3 REVIT: BIM for Interior Design

Postby Wesley » 30 Apr 2006, 22:40

by Rick Rundell
http://aec.cadalyst.com/aec/article/art ... ?id=258241

>Discussions about BIM (building information modeling) typically focus on the design of the outside of the building and the many benefits BIM brings to that aspect of architectural design. We read about massing models and curtain walls, expressive roof forms and detailed wall sections. But what about the inside of a building -- the finishes, the fixtures, the area requirements, the furniture schedules? Does BIM make a difference there? <
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