Chapter 16. Presenting Perspective Views

One of the many advantages of working with BIM models is that you can produce perspective views of your model as often as you wish—and it takes only a few mouse clicks to do it. Think about how tedious the process of creating 3D axonometric or perspective drawings was, whether you did so manually or used CAD drafting tools. Perspective views are greatly appreciated by owners as they visually communicate the intent of the design better than any other representation.

If you open a Revit project that has been in development for a while, you'll find dozens of perspective views. Although most of these views will never make it onto sheets, it's becoming standard practice to include one or two exterior perspectives ...

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