Yes, all the modelling was done solely in cycas, including the faucet.
Regarding the overall design - indeed me and my wife chose what kind of furniture goes where; however this model is reverse-engineered from our real-world kitchen
, which was made by a carpentry workshop from typical components. I also forgot to model a shelf which is above the microwave.
I am not at home right now and I don´t have the models at hand. I will post something when I am home.
Here is the handle close-up, natural size:
Here is the handle close-up, model scaled 100 times (magnified) for rendering:
So, it only looks good from a proper distance
The sphere-like shaped water outlet was modeled by drawing a prism with a base which corresponds to the cross-section, then rotating it so that it "stands up" on the drawing plane, then moving appropriate points (indicated with yellow lines in the section drawaing) so that the element resembles a section of a pie and then by applying polar series to it. Much like in steve´s tutorial in http://www.cycas.de/forum/thema.php?board=12&thema=5
The handle of the faucet was made by first modeling it in the plan view, then rotating it so that it lays flat on the drawing plane, and then moving appropriate points up or down.
The resulting wireframe:
With the sink I cheated a bit. I assumed that it only matters for me that the model looks good from outside, so its constituent parts can intersect as long as the visual effect is good.
The oven front and the oven controls are fairly simple. The same with the dish-washer. However, the grill was tricky... to be continued.
@anja: During modeling of my kitchen I developed quite a lot of version of closets (not all shown), the sink, the faucet (tap), the oven&controls, the upper part of the cooker/stove plus grills, the microwave. It took me quite an amount of time. My wife often got angry
at me for spending too much time with the computer instead of paying more attention to her and to our little son... Anyway, if cycas was open-source I would donate right away. As it is now - I am thinking. No offense, please. I fully respect your choice of going proprietary. Even though I probably could hack cycas I dutifuly paid for the license. Do you have any cycase 3 -> cycas 4 upgrade policy in mind? If yes, can you share?