Posts Tagged:Revit

The Studio 15: Yay!

by Tim Alatorre

Somer Scott, Cal Poly class of ’05, LEED AP, puts up with Tim’s new sound cart and shares with us her perspective on working with large corporate firms. We mourn the loss of a Cal Poly student and discus the new LEED accreditation program.

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The Studio 14: Your Check Is In The Mail

by Tim Alatorre

Alexander Tsai, Cal Poly class of ’98, Associate AIA, Regional Associate Director for AIA California Council and good friend of Haley gives Tim a lesson on the importance of The American Institute of Architects and joins in a great conversation.

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We Want You!

by Tim Alatorre

Okay, I know, the graphic is way overused. But it’s true, We Want You for sloArch! As part of our 2010 initiative sloArch is expanding and we want your help. Yeah, yeah, I know. You are busy. But we hope to make this website the portal for all things Architecture and that means you. You…



Revit Families 102 – Revit Experts don’t Use Locks

by Tim Alatorre

In May I published my picks for Best Revit Blogs on the Web. Coming in at number 2 was The Revit Kid and Jeff’s Lock Noob Classic Thong. I still try to read everything Jeff writes but I thought I might stir up a little controversy and make the argument that, contrary to what the…