A Question

On this forum it is usually said to draw raw geometry on the untagged layer and then group the geometry and put the group onto a tag.

I have been watching several videos lately from different sources on interior design and architectural design. Most of these say to make a tag for something and then work from that tag. Then make another tag and switch to it for the next thing. Things like walls of a house, furniture of a house and landscaping.

Is this more appropriate for architecture than having the raw geometry on the untagged layer. Or is this just the preference of the ones making the videos.

lets call it bad habit

Thanks, I was wondering if that was it