Presenting a 3d kitchen hostess-centric design concept for home space integration and 3d food models by 3D-Cuisines
3D-Cuisines, creator of downloadable food entrée models produced this exploration and demonstration of a unique home space planning concept. The idea to produce a 3d integration of home space was inspired after exploring possibilities for a way to remove structural barriers between common areas in homes where hosted guests tend to gather.
Often, it is not possible to host a gathering while engaging every individual of the group in a single suitable space. Home interior design floor plans can be predictably déjà vu considering the task of being attentive to guests is like managing a three-ring circus. It all starts with greeting and chatting with guests, making sure everyone has a place to relax and at the same time preparing food before everyone can dine together. Some head to the basement where there is a large screen TV, a bar and appetizers, which is an important place to consider when exploring family room design ideas. Others gather in the living room for chitchat while a few are near and around the kitchen admiring food preparations and talking with the hostess. What an irony, after going through all the trouble, of coming together just to be divided. Overtime we all make rounds to greet everyone before finding a place to hover but we miss out on so much being scattered like conversations and out bursts of laughter over something we didn’t see or hear. The dining room and kitchen design is almost always already integrated so there is less of a problem for the hostess in this case. Why is this not more the case for all areas of the home used for hosting guests?
The primary reason for this dilemma is because of walls and floors dividing common spaces in homes. Walls are particularly needed when privacy or being secluded is a must. Because of structurally divided spaces, guests are not able to appreciate the full affect of group bonding, fun and intermingling. Areas in a home that are commonly shared can be strategically integrated to minimize the task of hosting. The best way to demonstrate a plausible solution was to create and render images of 3D modeled views of an evolved concept. The images displayed with this article showcase the integration of the kitchen, dining and bar areas adjacent to the living room and family room spaces with minimal walls dividing gathering areas.
With such a configured space, there are a number of convenient opportunities for interacting with guests. Eye contact and conversations between the hostess and guests are far less impeded. Hosting would become a lot more fun if you can take part in everything while doing the task of hosting. No more going to the kitchen while missing out on the fun. The hostess-centric open space design is very alluring and inviting. An increased number of guests are more inclined to join the hostess in the kitchen out of curiosity or to help. Everyone gets to hear the funny stories and jokes in an open space environment. That would be a lot more fun and relaxing than running room-to-room trying to keep up with things and checking on guests.
Consult an Architect, Builder, or Remodeler on how to integrate 3D-Cuisines’ hostess-centric home design concept in the planning of a new home or remodeling of an old home.
We included a few 3d food entrees from our growing collection of international 3d food models to augment the 3d dining space of our home integration concept. This presented an opportunity to showcase how interior designers can use 3D-Cuisines to exemplify the full effect of dining design in 3d space.
Examples of 3D-Cuisines Food Models