Mormor Blue Kitchen set by Normann Copenhagen

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Included Formats
3ds Max 2016 V-Ray 3.2
3ds Max 2012 Default Scanline 2012
3ds Max 2012 V-Ray 2.2
3ds Max 2014 Default Scanline 2014
3ds Max 2014 V-Ray 3.0
3ds Max 2016 Default Scanline 2016
AutoCAD drawing 2007
Autodesk FBX 2012
3D Model Specifications
Product ID:707597
UV Mapped:Yes
Unwrapped UVs:No
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Product Rating
Model and previews created in 3ds Max 2012 with Vray 2.2

Archives contains:

MAX 2016 file with Vray 3.2 materials, mapping and textures
MAX 2014 file with Vray 3.0 materials, mapping and textures
MAX 2012 file with Vray 2.2 materials, mapping and textures
MAX 2016 file with scanline basic materials
MAX 2014 file with scanline basic materials
MAX 2012 file with scanline basic materials
MAX 2010 file with scanline basic materials
3DS, DWG 2007, FBX 2012 and OBJ conversion
JPG previews

MAX and FBX versions have all separated parts with meaningful names.
MAX file includes adjusted pivot points for easy positioning and animation.
Environments are not included.

Complete kitchen set made of 11 ceramic elements with cork caps: Plates, bowls, buttering boards, cup, milk jug, eggcup, sugar bowl and decanter/carafe The Mormor series is made for the modern kitchen and dining table using ceramics as its point of origin, and it definitely applies to the traditional kitchen. Structures and patterns along with familiar kitchen items such as cloths and dishcloths are contained in the visual expression of this series.
The inspiration comes from textiles and the things that we are accustomed to surrounding ourselves with when in the kitchen. With this in mind, the designer Gry Fager has incorporated the enjoyment of food and the table as a focal point in which time and togetherness are important qualities. By Normann Copenhagen
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