Through Syncronia, each design brands makes 3d models and the textures of their kitchens and kitchen furniture available.
Generally, the 3d models, in addition to the .dwg, .max or .3ds format, can be downloaded in .rfa and .ifc format for those who use Revit or Archicad as BIM software for the design and modelling.
Parametric models of kitchens and other furnishing elements are also available. The sizes of the kitchen furniture can change, especially wall-mounted furniture based on the size of the area available, while maintaining the minimum size provided for by law. Parametric models are created using the BIM Revit software; they can be exported in .ifc format and can be easily imported to worksheets.
Using the BIM parametric modelling, it is possible to manage and easily control the selected model and import it to your project. If the BIM objects for kitchens are parametric, with the use of only one file they allow to combine a kitchen model with kitchen elements and furniture belonging to other models. In this way you can create kitchen models from combinations of different elements.
The most commonly used materials to create kitchens are: masonry, wood, ceramics, and porcelain stoneware.
All the elements that make up the kitchen: oven, sink, counter are available for each model, and of course you can combine the most appropriate appliances, oven, refrigerator or dishwasher, with each kitchen . . .
In the contemporary idea of home, the kitchen is one of the most used spaces and for this reason in recent decades the design of kitchen furniture has been refined.
New types of kitchen have been created and existing ones have been improved and enriched, among the most used kitchen models we find: island, peninsula, in line, angled etc. Each one is suitable for a particular functional and design requirement.
The kitchen environment is enhanced, not only by the kitchen cabinet itself, but also by all the furnishings and accessories such as tables, chairs, cupboards, utensils, dishes etc.