We just got interviewed by Cadalyst, a CAD industry magazine
We recently were interviewed by Cadalyst Magazine, an long running CAD industry publication:
They were interested in our use of Autodesk Revit, and how we leverage it into CNC production to quickly design and fabricate totally one-of-a-kind spaces and elements (for the same price as boring normal stuff).
There aren't a lot of folks using Revit this way out there. Most designers and Architects into CNC are using more model-heavy tools like Rhino or Maya, and haven't started leveraging BIM at all. And most designers and Architects who are into BIM are more traditional firms that aren't directly fabricating and building their own work...