Revit Architecture 2011

This review explores the wide variety of useful enhancements in Revit Architecture 2011 spanning across all areas of the application, including a concerted attempt to fix the interface issues faced by users in the last release and make the UI more modern, new tools and options for conceptual design, several productivity enhancements for design, documentation, and content creation using the Family Editor, improved display options and rendering speed, improvements in linked files and workset visibility control, and expanded API functionality.


3 thoughts on “Revit Architecture 2011

  1. I think that the Help documentation on-line is ok, and it is true that it is degraded in quality compared to earlier releases. But there are now other sources to know and learn the features in Revit — in this aspect Autodesk has made great efforts, more than in the written documentation. Here is an example:

    Good review, thanks!

  2. I’d like to point out that Autodesk switched to the publishing industry to produce their AOTG (Autodesk Official Training Guides) this year. One of the selected titles is Mastering Autodesk Revit Architecture 2011 – which I co-wrote with Eddy Krygiel and Phil Read. We’re very proud of the content we’ve developed and feel it is the most comprehensive Revit guide on the market today. We poured our collective experiences (almost 50 years between us!) in everything from architectural production to training to BIM management into this book. I encourage you to check it out in paper or a variety of e-book formats including Kindle, Nook and iBooks (which is in color). More info can be found on our blog:

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