There are dozens of these I could post. Doors from my trip to Volterra in 2018.
I fully intended to group my Volterra door photos into categories and to apply my modular Revit families system to the task of building up a comprehensive library.
Maybe I should set my sights a little lower and just tackle a few of these to the first order of approximation, as an exercise that could be completed in one weekend.
January 2020 as it appears in my Samsung gallery time line.
I was heavily invested in the Notre Dame Revit model although most of my collaborators were catching up on other commitments. The presentations at Autodesk University were behind us and the global covid panic yet to come.
One of the pleasures of exploring an ancient building with the BIM pencil is the gradual realisation of how it has changed over time. The enlargement of the windows of the nave is a case in point.
The sloping roof over the triforium was dropped down to almost flat, allowing the the sills of the…