Revit: BIM software for designers, builders, and doers

Model in 3D, streamline documentation, use specialized tools in a unified BIM environment.

Why use Revit?

Run projects more efficiently

Ease production burdens by using built-in automation for documenting design and managing deliverables.

Unify teams and workflows

Save, sync, and share model-based BIM and CAD data in Revit and connect multidisciplinary teams and workflows.

Take command of your design data

Use Revit as the data backbone of your BIM process. Develop and deploy standards, workflows, and content.

Explore Revit by industry

Revit includes purpose-built tools for architecture, engineering, and construction disciplines. See how you can use the right tool for your discipline and work together in a unified modeling environment.

What you can do with Revit

Quickly define and document design intent

With tools for sketching, scheduling, annotating, and document production, Revit drives efficient BIM workflows and includes specialized tools and automation for every AEC discipline.

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Connect seamlessly with project teams

Autodesk supports the way AEC project teams work together anytime, anywhere. With Revit cloud worksharing and Autodesk BIM Collaborate Pro, keep your teams in sync and your projects on track.

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Explore, iterate, and refine design decisions

With integrated analysis tools and interoperability support for a broad range of CAD and BIM tools, Revit helps project teams uncover insights and drive outcomes with data.

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Arch Viz in Revit

Explore workflows for high quality architectural visualization with AEC experts from Autodesk and Epic Games.


See What’s New in Revit 2023.1

Revit 2023.1 introduces Twinmotion for Revit, upgrades for MEP and structural tools, and handy advancements for everyone.


What's next for Revit

See what’s in the product development pipeline with a live look at the Revit public roadmap.

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Frequently asked questions (FAQs)

What is Revit used for?

Revit is used to design, document, visualize, and deliver architecture, engineering, and construction projects.

Who uses Revit?

Architects, structural engineers, MEP engineers, builders, fabricators, computational designers, owners, and more all use Revit to achieve their design, construction, operations, and maintenance goals.

How do I download Revit?

Autodesk provides download and install instructions for individuals and administrators. Your available downloads appear in Autodesk Account. Find your product, select a version, platform, language, and download method. For more information, visit the Autodesk Knowledge Network.

Which versions of Revit can I use if I subscribe to the current version? 

Your Revit subscription gives you access to install and use the 3 previous versions. Available downloads are listed in your Autodesk Account after subscribing. See also previous releases available for subscribers.

Can I install Revit on multiple computers? 

With a subscription to Revit software, you can install it on up to 3 computers or other devices. However, only the named user can sign in and use that software on a single computer at any given time. Please refer to the Software License Agreement (US site) for more information. 

How do I convert my Revit free trial to a paid subscription? 

Launch your trial software and click Subscribe Now on the trial screen or buy Revit here. When buying your subscription, enter the same email address and password combination you used to sign in to your trial. Learn more about converting a trial to a paid subscription.

How much does a Revit subscription cost? 

The price of the Revit subscription is  monthly, annually, or for 3 years.

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Support and learning

Get Revit documentation, tutorials, downloads, and support.

Save when you buy Revit + AutoCAD in the AEC Collection*

With CAD, BIM, and cloud tools for those who design, build, and make, the AEC Collection bundles industry-grade software in a cost-effective package. Save thousands annually on Revit + AutoCAD in the AEC Collection versus standalone.

*Compared with purchasing each product separately

See what you can do with Autodesk® Revit®

CAD to BIM workflows, for less 

AutoCAD and Revit Interoperability  Use AutoCAD and Revit together for fast and effective design documentation. Watch video (1:20 min.) 

Multidisciplinary workflows for every project phase 

Coordinated workflows in the AEC Collection  The AEC Collection connects designers, engineers, and contractors to streamline project delivery. Watch video (3:41 min.)

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