Why should I use bimstore collections?

Collections are a powerful tool that allows bimstore users to download exclusively-curated bundles of Revit content that are relevant to a particular theme.

We are constantly reviewing and updating our collections to ensure our users are downloading the freshest content available.


Collections are unique to bimstore and are extremely popular amongst our audience due to the benefits they offer.

Save time

Working on a big project? Downloading BIM objects individually can be time consuming and is not a good use of anyone’s time. Our collections let our users download many components in one go which saves a great deal of time when it comes to design.

For example, we have a collection called ‘products for office design’ which contains all of the products you could need when designing an office space. We can also be more specific as our ‘furniture’ collection offers a variety of furniture solutions suitable for a wide range of projects.

Share and collaborate

Our collections promote collaboration between team members to ensure consistency when working on projects. Our functionality allows users to create public or private collections whilst sharing them with your wider team or the rest of the bimstore community.

bimstore is recommended by 9 out of 10 manufacturers after seeing an increase in specification, views and downloads of their BIM objects.

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