Entries by Elizabeth Katzki

Can you do this with A360 Rendering?

Want to get seriously inspired about high-resolution cloud rendering? Watch the best of the best of what hundreds of thousands of Autodesk A360 Rendering users created last year. Photorealistic rendering of everything from handheld vacuum cleaners and pianos to entire homes and landscapes. Create stunning Revit, Fusion 360, 3ds Max, or AutoCAD renderings to experience […]

Keep track of the design process

Building and product designers know first-hand that it takes multiple versions of the same design, multiple iterations on those versions based on stakeholder feedback, and final changes leading to owner approval. Furthermore, each of these design versions may contain a number of comments, markups, and redlines.This entire process can be long, disjointed, and complicated, leaving […]

A360 Feature: Organize Data

Design projects can be complicated. With multiple files, many versions of drawings and models, and comments and markups that are difficult to keep track of, organization can be a challenge for many projects. For design projects that require organization of both 2D and 3D file types, keeping track of comments on specific views or points […]

A360 Feature: Design Metadata

Design projects are complicated; keeping track of them doesn’t have to be. It’s not your job to know where every component has been used or to memorize references and data structures for complex assemblies. A360 takes care of the details so you can focus on the big picture. Design metadata in A360 enables you to […]

A360 Feature: Immersive 2D and 3D Viewer

Without the right software, stakeholders cannot view designs saved in various 2D and 3D formats. Engineers may work in different file formats than architects and contractors, so having one viewer that is able to display all of these disparate file-types in an interactive tool is integral to a successful collaborative project. View and share 2D […]

[Video] Moriyama & Teshima Architects uses BIM 360 Team on Windsor City Hall Project

Moriyama & Teshima is a collaborative studio of architects and planners who work to create visionary projects for their clients. Their recent Windsor City Hall project, a joint-venture with Architettura, brought two core challenges to the forefront for the two Canadian design practices. One was communication across multiple team members and stakeholders. The other was […]