Fruit and Vegetables

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Includes 14 Food Families of fruit and vegetables.
Revit version: 2020
Created by: RD Studio

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Fruit and Vegetables Families for Revit

Save now > This small set is part of Revit 3D Food Mega Pack

Perfect for interior design projects, kitchen scenes, restaurants, cafe, hotel, bakery and any space than needs some Revit Food Families. Those Families look great in all views: plans, section, elevations and 3D views. Render-ready and includes a material texture library.

Populate your plans and interior design drawings with amazing details. Includes: green apple, red apple, orange, lettuce, banana, pineapple (ananas), avocado, carrot, onion, bell pepper, potato, slice of a watermelon, tomato and two dishes. 

Includes 14 Food Families of fruit and vegetables. 

To link the textures to the Materials: File > Options > Rendering, and then add the path of the folder where the textures are saved via the green plus sign. 

Revit version: 2020
Classified as: Generic Model
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