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Architectural design

What Revit users are saying

See how Autodesk customers are using Revit to help streamline their working processes.

Renzo Piano Building Workshop: High-quality design

Renzo Piano Building Workshop (RPBW) successfully implemented BIM with all partners involved in construction of the Cachan Ecole Normale Supérieure (ENS Cachan).

"BIM … helped to significantly improve the quality of our design by removing potential spatial positioning conflicts between different buildings in the planning phase, long before they would have become a problem during construction."
—Hélène Gobert, Director of construction project, Cachan Ecole Normale Supérieure

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Shanghai Tower: Rising to new heights with BIM

Set to be the world’s second tallest building, the Shanghai Tower showcases the use of BIM solutions to enable design, construction, and ultimately, facility management.

"Revit provided a common platform for our design partners, giving the team a more accurate representation and deeper understanding of the project."
—Jun Xia, Principal and Regional Design Director, Gensler

 Shanghai Tower customer story

Botswana Innovation Hub: Fueling further innovation

The Botswana Innovation Hub, a 350,000-square-foot office and research center in Gabarone, Botswana, will offer the most up-to-date facilities for research and technology work in the country.

"Revit software was our primary design tool. It helped us explore ideas and engage with the design team and the architectural community in Botswana in ways that advanced the vision of the project."
—William Sharples, Principal, SHoP Architects

 SHoP Architects customer story

Bronx-Lebanon Hospital: Design discipline integration

In this story, WASA/Studio A outlines how it addressed the complexity of the Bronx-Lebanon Hospital Center’s Life Recovery Center in New York City, including their approach on integrating design disciplines with the help of Revit.

"Above ground change orders for the project were less than one-tenth of one percent. And the analysis for energy consumption reduction demonstrated that we exceeded ASHRAE 90.1 minimum standards for energy consumption by approximately 40 percent."
—Harry Spring, P.E., LEED AP. Senior Managing Partner, WASA/Studio A

 WASA/Studio A customer story