Emily Bisaga Dunne is the Architecture Technical Evangelist at Autodesk, where she acts as a Technical Marketing Manager for the Business Strategy and Marketing division. As one of the most passionate BIM experts regarding Visualization, Generative Design and Cloud Collaboration Solutions, Emily is driven to ensure innovative technology adoption and usher the AEC industry into the next generation of design technology. Emily has several years of experience working in the AEC industry on a variety of building typologies, from retail to multi-family development and throughout all phases of design, with a special love for design development. Emily has worked for CBT Architects, MulvannyG2 Architects and Tsoi Kobus and Associates. Emily attended CUA, RISD + BLS in earning her Master of Architecture degree, concentration in Real Estate Development, Bachelor of Interior Architecture and Bachelor of Fine Arts degrees.

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  • Tips, tricks & tutorials
    We're all working remotely. How to avoid disruption and stay connected to your projects with Revit.

  • Generative Design
    Do you want to learn how to optimize your architectural designs to meet your design goals? Our beta software Project Refinery will allow you to do just that by harnessing the power of Generative Design. Generative design lets you create and evaluate many more design options than you could using manual methods and simultaneously explore […]

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    Product news
    If you thought the December 2018 update to Revit cloud rendering was a big deal, you were right. But those updates were only some of what the team was working on.  That initial release has been followed by several big incremental improvements that are no less than spectacular. I’m really excited to share these additional […]

  • Architecture
    I wanted to share some news with you about our early stage concept modeling tool, FormIt.  This week FormIt has had a major update and we’re pleased to announce that FormIt v17 is now available!  FormIt is a solid modeler, that enables enhanced shape manipulation, and is typically used to express early-stage building design ideas. […]