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Mastering: Autodesk® Revit® Architecture 2011 by James Vandezande, Phil Read, Eddy Krygiel

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Chapter 22. Revit in the Classroom

Using Revit in the classroom has particular and unique challenges that differ from using Revit in an architectural design and production environment. First, the design exercises are often deliberately more contrived than they would be in the business environment. It's important that students face the kinds of complex design issues that in the "real" world would often be given to an entire team of people.

Second, the design process needs to be more gestural and discovery based. It needs to be paced and show process in order to give the jury points of discussion and response. Students should get to a point of design and then stop and build consensus rather than go beyond the intention of a particular exercise. Although ...

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