One Revit integrated workspace for designers
Eliminate data silos. Work from one source of truth linked directly to a Revit model.
Create your own super tool for Revit
Flexibility is our forte, because every project is different.
Every piece of data is tagged with its location in the project, making it easy to find later
Data, markups, and comms are captured and synced in real-time from any device
Connect non-Revit users to Revit with a two-way channel between your data and Revit
One tool, infinite custom workflows
Use Layer with or without Revit at any time during any phase.
One central source of truth linked to Revit
The average architect wastes 6 hours a week looking for lost data.
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Customize a mobile-friendly toolkit built for efficiency
Trusted by Industry Leaders
“Layer is very impressive and intuitive. When you see that a conversation about the flooring material in a specific room in a specific building can be found in seconds and that can happen over and over all day long, it’s amazing how much time and money using Layer would save.”
“Layer dramatically increased our efficiency by helping us capture existing conditions data and photos accurately in one app. With Layer, our teams build trust and transparency knowing that the data was collected in one consistent format that can also be easily accessed in Revit.”
“The goal of Layer is to increase project transparency and ease of use by allowing all of the information on a building to exist together and to allow team communication to happen within the same space.”
“Layer maximized our efficiency. You wouldn’t believe how much time you spend looking for photos and notes until you don’t have to anymore. Data collected for a project is only valuable if it is accessible. With Layer’s integration into Revit, the information was always in front of us. ”
“I found Layer to be a well-designed application that is very intuitive to use. While it can be used as a standalone application, the Revit add-in is a huge plus for projects that are modeled in Revit.”