The vast product library of Puustelli Miinus consists of free BIM and CAD models for kitchen design. The library can be downloaded from ProdLib and it's compatible with AutoCAD, Revit, ArchiCAD and SketchUp.
Based on indoor air measurements and carbon footprint calculations, Puustelli identified at an early stage, materials required to reduce a kitchen's environmental impact. The redesigned kitchens were made lighter and more ecological to transport. As the result, Puustelli introduced the Miinus kitchen.
The Puustelli Miinus product library includes free DXF, RFA, LCF, SKP and PDF files of cabinet, storage and drawer units, made with the designer in mind. This library has a comprehensive collection of various types of units, ranging from base- to wall units and from appliance units to sliding door systems. Miinus’ innovative frame is truly exposed and clearly represented in our 3D objects.
Download the Puustelli Miinus product library for free from the ProdLib software. The library can be either inserted directly into AutoCAD, Revit, ArchiCAD and SketchUp or used as a desktop version.
Designing is made easy with precise dimensions and lists of properties that can be applied to the chosen products. With the growing interest in creating detailed 3D designs quickly, we have made Puustelii Miinus’ available also in SketchUp. This will make Puustelli Miinus our most accessible library to date.
SketchUp for Web is a free online version of SketchUp where anyone with a computer can make quick drafts and finished 3D designs alike. Combining SketchUp for Web and our WebLib, you can access the Puustelli Miinus library from anywhere completely cost free. You will only need the WebLib service and SketchUp for Web.
In Puustelli’s entire business, environmental values have always been top priorities. Through their actions, they want to show the furnishing industry that concrete things can be done for the environment. All the materials in the Puustelli Miinus kitchen have been tested and found to be eco-friendly and sustainable.
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