Sub-Zero WOLF always does things in a BIG way and I was delighted to receive an invitation to join them at an appreciation event in Miami Beach to honor ALL that entered their 2013-2014 Kitchen Design Competition. The event was held at The Miami Beach EDITION, a boutique hotel with a breath-taking view of the Atlantic ocean.
My husband and I were guests of Sub-Zero Wolf and enjoyed a night stay at this lovely property.
I have specified Sub-Zero WOLF for 28 years and really believe in their quality and attention to details. They are leaders in appliance technology and their philosophy is design matters. I know this because I have been to their headquarters, in Madison, WI. twice, as a design consultant participating in round table discussions on what’s important to me the designer. This is one of the many reasons Sub-Zero WOLF is the leader in the high-end appliance industry.
Sandra’s design took my breath away with the mixture of textures and the red chandelier that was the exclamation point to the design.
I found this Fisher Island kitchen to be a great example of how to design multiple workstations that would be able to accommodate a large staff.
The kitchen is the heart of the home and Clem Schaub’s team created the perfect hub for big family gatherings.
Faye Underwood ROCKED efficiency in this open kitchen design! She didn’t miss an opportunity to make sure everything was positioned right at your fingertips. The island was designed as a work around island with built-in seating. The range area was equipped with a steam oven and hidden spice storage in the backsplash.
Sub Zero WOLF kitchen design competition is the most respected kitchen design contest in the industry. It is a fact that the best of the best show up and it is so nice that Sub-Zero WOLF honors ALL that participate and I was glad to be a part of it.
Thanks, Sub-Zero WOLF!