FenestraPro

FenestraPro

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FenestraPro is a Revit plug-in for high-performance facade design

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FenestraPro is a high-performance facade design tool that supports the design and construction of beautiful, high-performing buildings. As the facade can typically influence more than half of a building's operational energy use, FenestraPro supports architects to design sustainable solutions towards net-zero carbon initiatives. Key features include: 6D real-time rendering, BIM modeling, Energy analysis modeling, glass-to-wall ratio, passive considerations of envelope design, shading solutions

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