Reflection: Real World Applications Designing An Eco-friendly Building Part 4 - Section 1: Creating the Model

 

To incorporate technology, I use AutoDesk Revit to help my students make 3D designs of their eco-friendly buildings. AutoDesk runs on Microsoft and it is an architecture software program used by professionals all over the world. I use the AutoDesk Revit Student Version

I teach Autodesk Revit and my students create designs. Check out the designs in my Revit Student Samples. 

  Making 3D Models
  Real World Applications: Making 3D Models
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Designing An Eco-friendly Building Part 4

Unit 6: Designing for the Future: Eco Friendly Building
Lesson 4 of 10

Objective: SWBAT determine the best idea for a eco-friendly building.

 
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