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by Bernardo Sánchez Vásquez

Revit 3D Plants (Oaxaca Mexican Plants)

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Revit 3D Plants (Oaxaca Mexican Plants)

The pack contains 3 Families (rvt. File)

This pack is the number one of my collection, and contains three native plants from my city, each family has three variations that refer to the age of the plant.

Oaxaca Plants #1:
Yucca Elephantipes: Young, middle aged and mature
Stenocereus Pruinosus: Middle aged, mature and group
Aloe Vera: Young, middle aged and mature

Revit: 2020 and up

Modeled by Bernardo Sánchez Vásquez

Hi, I’m a mexican architect who considers vegetation as a fundamental part of every project. Since I couldn’t find good flora representations within the BIM environment, I decided to study the plants endemic to my city and make Revit families based on them. These families can be seen in plan, elevation and isometric view, helping us to make better architectural renderings. Instagram:

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