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Forgetting the third dimension

While much of the technology covered in Architech is discussed in terms of bringing your designs to life in 3D, many architects are still working with 2D drawings and are happy to do so. For many applications, 2D works well and should not be dismissed just because the visual results are less impressive than a fully rendered model

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