Renderings . 3D . Tutorials

Here’s an interesting resource book on renderings:

Architectural Renderings
Construction and Design Manual

464 pages, over 350 images, 225 × 280 mm
hardcover with elastic strap
English
ISBN 978-3-938666-63-0

Fourteen selected international rendering studios introduce their images in detail and provide in-depth reports on their methodology and use of digital technology. A standard work on architectural rendering, this book draws lines of tradition and incidentally rehabilitates this independent discipline in the broad sphere of architecture. It contains a comprehensive overview of the earliest architectural drawings through to modern, highly technical forms of digital rendering, including tutorials based on the everyday praxis. With additional essays by the renowned professors Augusto Romano Burelli (Udine / Venice) and Fabrizio Avella (Palermo/Agrigento).

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4 comments

  1. Searching for rhino and grasshopper tutorials I found these websites interesting. Lots to browse around.

    http://www.digitaltoolsforarchitects.com/tutorials/rhinoceros/5-16/
    http://tips.rhino3d.com/
    http://digitaltoolbox.info/
    http://www.ronenbekerman.com/

    For free rhino furniture downloads:
    http://www.flyingarchitecture.com/

  2. …and even more tutorial websites. This list of resources is from the designreform website: http://www.designreform.net/2009/11/useful-revit-blogs

    “Useful blogs and resources discovered while researching Revit related issues over the past six months.
    Software: Autodesk Revit 2010
    Through Revit consulting in architectural offices located throughout New York City, I have located several blogs which have offered practical resources and solutions. If you have any other recommendations for useful resources, please post a comment.

    • buildz.blogspot.com
    Description: This is Zach Kron’s site. While teaching a BIM course at Columbia this past semester, several students used Zach’s site as a resource for complex modeling in Revit. Highly recommended.
    THERE IS A 4-PART POST ON THIS BLOG ABOUT RHINO/REVIT WORKFLOW:
    http://buildz.blogspot.com/2011/01/joe-k-working-with-rhino-and-revit-part.html

    • Autodesk-Revit.blogspot.com
    Description: This is David Light’s blog. He works for HOK in London. Along with his informative Revit posts, he also adds commentary to keep it entertaining.

    • Do-U-Revit.blogspot.com
    Description: Dave Baldacchino out of Houston runs this blog. General Revit interface issues are often discussed and have proved useful during BIM imlementation at various offices.

    DoRevit.blogspot.com
    Description: Great resource for resolving issues and maximizing workflows.

    • RevitFamilies.blogspot.com
    Description: Site offers useful explanations of standard Revit issues. Shaun consults in Revit as well and brings to the table various problems and solutions he has encountered.

    • Revit3d.com (aka: http://www.bimboom.blogspot.com)
    Description: This is Greg Arkin’s blog. This site is regularly updated and will keep you up to day on all things BIM. It is thorough and offers extensive tips and solutions regarding a variety of Revit topics.

    Revit-alize.blogspot.com
    Description: Maintained by a practicing architect but hasn’t been updated in a while. Offers useful info for beginners and practitioners.

    • RevitOpEd.blogspot.com
    Description: This is Steve Stafford’s blog. He is a contributor on a few blogs and you will often see him commenting on various revit related blogs. He offers extensive explanations into a variety of Revit issues and workflows.

    • HOKBimSolutions.blogspot.com
    Description: This site offers complex solutions to complex issues. Numerous useful tricks are available and it is maintained fairly regularly.

    • iRevit.blogspot.com
    Description: Craig Barbieri runs this blog. I have used this for specific customization methods. He goes behond the general issues. I particularly found his explanation of custom fill patterns useful.

    • RevitResource.blogspot.com
    Description: This site acts somewhat of a supplement to the help menu in Revit. It contains useful links regarding various specific topics.

    • RevitComponents.blogspot.com
    Description: This is a nice resource for Custom Revit families available for download.”

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