Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Revit User Group: You're Proposing That?!

As a Design Review Commissioner for the City of Lafayette Bill Marquand, AIA sees a lot of conceptual design work cross his desk. In striving to make his own Revit projects communicate a “looseness” more suited towards the Design Review process Bill has developed several techniques that he has agreed to share with us at the upcoming East Bay User Group. Bill is currently employing a combination of Revit, Photoshop and hand-drawing to develop his presentation documents and is interested in discussing with the group other methodologies.

Architects and Designers interested in representing their Revit projects during the early design phases in a way that emphasizes design intent, over detail, are encouraged to attend.

Bill Marquand, AIA is a residential, commercial and preservation architect with broad experience in different building types. He has specialties in zoning “Lamorinda” as well as in Building Information Modeling. He is well versed in drawing production and computer modeling on Autodesk’s Revit software. In the late nineties Bill founded the Maybeck Foundation, which launched restoration projects totaling 20 million dollars and have just recently been completed.

Revit User Group: You're Proposing That?!
Time: 11:30am-1:30pm
Location: AIA East Bay Chapter Office, 1405 Clay Street, Oakland.
Contact: To register click here
Cost: None; this program is open to all. Lunch provided by Ideate, Inc.
1.5 CES/LU

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