Studio Tate is an esteemed interior architecture practice dedicated to intelligent and responsible design that reflects the way we live, work, and play. With a focus on creating interiors and environments that resonate with our experience-driven culture, Studio Tate takes a creative, collaborative, and pragmatic approach to interior architecture. They delicately balance craftsmanship with functionality, employing a highly-considered methodology and delivering inspiring, deliberately resolved outcomes.
To enhance their design processes and streamline collaboration, Studio Tate decided to transition from ArchiCAD to Revit. This case study explores Studio Tate's journey in adopting Revit and implementing a comprehensive training and support program to ensure a smooth transition and optimize team performance.