Reading & Evaluating “Autodesk Revit Architecture 2011: No Experience Required” by Eric Wing


I’m updating this old and cryptic blog entry created from twitter to give you an update as of 2012.05.19. This is becoming one of my favorite books to use for training Revit beginners. I wish I had a copy of the latest version as it’s likely that it may have improved. However, book appears destined to become a timeless classic, as the very basic and essential commands and procedures tend to remain the same for years on end.

You can read more information about the copy and order your own copy here: http://ow.ly/9IrFc

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One Comment on “Reading & Evaluating “Autodesk Revit Architecture 2011: No Experience Required” by Eric Wing”


  1. Do you believe revit is a good designing tool? Don’t you think it detracts from the integrity of design?


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