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Make the move to 3D BIM software

Revit LT™ BIM (Building Information Modeling) software helps designers produce high-quality 3D architectural designs and documentation in a simplified, model-based environment.

Revit LT features

  • 3D design and visualization

    Create 3D orthographic or perspective views to better visualize and share your designs. (video: 3:18 min.)

  • A single, coordinated model

    Design revisions automatically update for every view throughout the design process. (video: 4:10 min.)

  • High-quality documentation

    Design documentation is coordinated and current. (video: 3:30 min.)

  • Autogenerated schedules

    Automatically create building component schedules to improve the visibility of costs and quantities. (video: 3:06 min.)

More features

  • Help verify material quantities

    Material takeoff helps verify material quantities for cost estimates and can make it easier to track quantities.

  • Fluid design file exchange with Revit users

    Swap files with users of any Revit product.

  • Photorealistic rendering in the cloud

    Use real-world materials with Autodesk cloud services.

  • Move to BIM at your own pace

    Use familiar tools in AutoCAD LT (available in Revit LT Suite) to help ease the transition to BIM.

Customer stories

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Noland Design Studio

Philip Noland uses Revit LT Suite to explore designs more fully and communicate them more accurately.

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Mohle Design

Architectural designer Geoffrey Tears stays competitive and produces drawings faster by subscribing to Revit LT.

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United Structural Design

Using Revit LT as a low-cost option for BIM and 3D modeling helps this small firm win more business and deliver better designs in less time.