I’ve run out of time to do a proper blog post this weekend, but I need to post something. Two weeks since I got back from my trip to BiLT Europe. The second part of my session there dealt with the inherent scaling capability of the Planting category in Revit, and I used various classical elements for most of my examples, in particular my ongoing work to produce a classical columns collection capable of tackling just about any heritage BIM exploration I might want to take on.
Last weekend I did a bit more work on that collection and then decided to test the results on a real example. I chose one of Soane’s London churches. St Peter’s Walworth
Two weekends have been enough to produce a reasonably advanced model, and more importantly for me, to learn a good deal about Soane’s approach to designing churches. All three of his London churches were designed late in his career, and are essentially boxes with a tower…