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    Mastering Revit Architecture Book

    Hi anyone,
    I wanna buy the book : Mastering Revit Architecture ... ( I think the latest is 2012 )

    Which book written by whom do you recommend?

    Please suggest me and where can I order?

    #2
    The Paul Aubin books have always been good. I have some of the old ACA books and one of the Revit books, although with the prevelance of the internet & forums like this I rarely look back in them.

    I would start with Amazon for shopping.
    Revit for newbies - A starting point for RFO


    chad
    BEER: Better, Efficient, Elegant, Repeatable.

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      #3
      The Mastering Revit Architecture 2012 book is open on my desk now - it's an outstanding reference.

      When the 2013 version is available I will be buying that as well - in fact I usually get the Kindle version and the paper version

      Paul Abin's books I found most useful when starting with Revit.
      William Sutherland rias riba
      WS Architecture Ltd

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        #4
        Here's Phil, James and Eddy's blog:
        Arch | Tech
        They are the authors and they have links to order.
        MARA is a great reference.
        If you are just learning, I like to recommend Dan Stine's.
        He's got a whole series
        Amazon.com: Daniel John Stine: Books
        Dave Plumb
        BWBR Architects; St Paul, MN

        CADsplaining: When a BIM rookie tells you how you should have done something.

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          #5
          I've bought both Demchak's and Aubin's book (Mastering Revit Architecture and The Aubin Academy Master Series)
          They both start from the beginning, but I think Demchak's goes a little further so I prefer it.
          Have you tried to do it with a curtain wall?

          Antoine Petitdemange
          AXE Architecture - Lyon - France - http://www.axearchilyon.fr

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            #6
            Hi all,

            Loads of thanks to you.
            I have stepped into learning Revit until getting a certain confidence but I wanna improve for more advanced ones ...
            that's why get your advice to buy advance books which includes the explanations for complicated designs ..

            Thanks to all again.

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              #7
              You can have more than one Revit book on your shelf Nobody will complain!

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                #8
                Some others to look for: As much as I like Paul's books and MARA 2012 (and will be buying both for 2013), IMHO "Introducing Revit Architecture 2012" is the BEST book for beginners and intermediate users, hands down. I also very much like Mastering Revit Structure 2010 as well. Even though it is now woefully outdated, the additional version- and discipline-neutral information and real-world tips are fabtastic.
                Matt Stachoni
                CADapult Ltd
                http://www.cadapult.net

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