Architects and building designers using Revit Architecture software from AutoDesk can now easily insert acrylic block and decorative glass windows into their architectural plans with newly published building information models (BIMs) from Hy-Lite, a U.S. Block Windows Company.
Information-rich BIM enables designers and architects to integrate Hy-Lite acrylic block and decorative glass windows directly into their designs in 3-D, using Revit’s dramatic visualization capabilities. The building information models include many of the company’s unique products, such as acrylic block casements and awnings, decorative glass windows, and an impact-resistant decorative glass window.
“These models provide leading-edge architects and building designers with the tools they need to include our privacy windows in their residential designs, rendered accurately in plans, sections, elevations, legends, and schedules,” says Tom Rachfal, vice president of sales and marketing for Hy-Lite.
Hy-Lite offers the largest selection of designer privacy windows in the industry. Pre-framed and ready-to-install, acrylic block and decorative glass windows help architects and designers add light, privacy and fresh air to homes.
The broad range of both acrylic and glass windows combined with special cut-to-size capabilities provides virtually limitless options for architects and building designers to create a private yet open living space with Hy-Lite windows.
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