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The Robie House, a Frank Lloyd Wright masterpiece, is a classic example of his horizontal prairie style. Its complex planar massing, residential and hearth oriented programming, and attachment to one of my favorite architects made it the ideal case study to learn Revit, a central and essential BIM tool in the current architecture, engineering, construction, and design landscape.
Upon picking this building as a case study, I spent a semester deconstructing and understanding the drawings, and then reconstructing the entire building in 3D in Revit. What you see is the final result, a faithful re-creation of an architectural masterpiece.
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