Revit Best Practices: Adding Information to your Base Model

Continuing last week’s post, we are going to look at adding information to our existing base model.  This includes identifying and editing floor, wall and roof assemblies as well as adding structure.  So where to start… Step 1: PREPARE AND REVIEW YOUR REFERENCE MATERIAL Step 2: BASE FLOOR ASSEMBLY Step 3: FOUNDATION Step 4: COLUMNS Step 5: WALL…

Revit Best Practices: Building an As-Built Base Model

For a small firm, having graphic standards is crucial to maintaining efficiency and productivity.  The need for these standards becomes more apparent when trying to introduce a new team member to “your way of doing things”.  The graphic rules, which were so clear in my head, now need to make it onto paper…  And so…

Architect or Mad Hatter?

Have you ever thought of what an Architect’s role is exactly? Well depending on the firm and the Architect, they sometimes play different roles and need to switch their creative hat to go from a designer to, let’s say, a consultant coordinator. In this post we go through 10 “hats”.. from our experience.. the Architect…

Product Spotlight: O’Brien Sinks!

Here@Hayne we like to give credit to products that continuously help us complete the vibe we want to create in our designs. This week we have decided to give a shout out to our friends at O’Brien Sinks! Image from obriensinks.com Their beautiful sinks are handmade out in Paso Robles, California. They have many dealers…

DENK Gallery features MATTHEW ANTHONY STOKES

CAMOUFLAGE Come and support fellow HAYNE collaborator MATTHEW ANTHONY STOKES at DENK Gallery!  Camouflage will open on Saturday May 20th and run through July 8th. Check out the MAST bespoke art installation in a 2015 HAYNE HOME: “Antlers High” Congrats MAST from your friends Here@Hayne!