In this class, you will learn about the powerful conceptual design tools in Autodesk® Revit® Architecture 2013 software. You will learn how to use these tools to create precise, free-form designs quickly and directly. You will also see how these tools integrate into and complement existing workflows and products Autodesk products.
- Explain how parametric relationships can be used to precisely drive building form
- Integrate these tools into existing workflows
- Describe design alternatives in Revit Architecture 2013
- Use the conceptual design tools for various form-making and editing techniques
David Fano is a founding partner of CASE, a virtual design and construction (VDC) and integrated-practice consultancy based in New York City. At CASE, David is primarily responsible for leading technology implementation, knowledge capture and sharing, social media initiatives and business development. He designed a BIM curriculum for Autodesk that incorporates the use of BIM methodology for conceptual design and has provided firmwide BIM support, training and guides to clients such as Woods Bagot, Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects, and Skidmore Owings & Merrill. David has also contributed to the design industry with the development of DesignByMany.com, a challenge-based virtual design community and DesignReform.net, a digital design publication and free tutorial resource for design professionals.
Mark Green is the Director of Design Technology Implementation at CASE, a virtual design and construction (VDC) and integrated-practice consultancy based in NYC. At CASE, Mark directs BIM and parametric design related projects, specifically in integrating more intelligent processes and work-flows into the design process for AEC firms. Previously, Mark worked at SHoP Architects on the design and construction of the 290 Mulberry Street Condominiums. His responsibilities included architectural and furniture design, BIM management, and digital fabrication. Mark is an Adjunct Professor at Columbia University's Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation where he teaches three courses focused on exploring parametric design and BIM. He received his Bachelor of Science in Architecture from the University of Utah, graduating Summa Cum Laude, and his Master of Architecture from Columbia University, receiving an Honor Award for Excellence in Design.