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Finalists Revealed | Sub-Zero Wolf 2024 Kitchen Design Contest

Sub-Zero and Wolf has announced the finalists of their esteemed 2024 global Kitchen Design Contest, featuring three outstanding Australian projects among them.

Sub-Zero and Wolf are industry leaders in refrigeration, wine preservation and cooking appliances. With products constructed from premium-grade materials, state-of-the-art technology, and high-quality craftsmanship, Sub-Zero Wolf offers unrivaled levels of freshness in refrigeration and professional-grade cooking appliances.

Since 1993, the Sub-Zero Group has celebrated outstanding kitchen design globally with its bi-annual Kitchen Design Contest (KDC). “Over the past 30 years, it has been our great joy and honour to champion the creativity of the global design community through the Kitchen Design Contest,” Managing Director Sub-Zero Wolf Australia, Andrew Mumford says. “Contest after contest, we have been continuously inspired by the impressive kitchen designs submitted and the exceptional creators behind them. We are proud to provide a platform for these pioneering professionals and their work to shine and receive the recognition they deserve.” 

Finalists are selected by an international panel of esteemed architects, kitchen designers, and interior designers. Of the 1,602 entries this year, 44 finalists will progress to the winner’s summit held in Palm Beach, Florida, in October. We take a closer look at the three Australian designers’ kitchens that have earned a place among the finalists.

Produced in partnership with Sub Zero and Wolf

Hawthorn East House by Adrian Amore Architects

Built for a couple in their 70s, this contemporary Melbourne home focuses on functionality and practicality – now and well into the future – leading Adrian Amore Architects to specify Sub-Zero and Wolf appliances in the kitchen. “The kitchen needed to incorporate the latest in technology while having a warm, timeless appeal,” principal architect Adrian Amore reflects. “It was important that all the appliances were user-friendly, especially for ‘non-tech-minded’ people, functioning with the highest level of precision.”

Concrete Curtain by FGR Architects

The owners of this Melbourne home desired a truly unique space that reflected their distinctive tastes, leading them to engage FGR Architects to design the fit-out, including a kitchen that served as the “beating heart of family life”. “In this captivating kitchen, characterised by striking Aquarzo Quartzite, the Sub-Zero and Wolf appliances command equal attention,” principal architect Feras Raffoul says. “Their sleek and sophisticated appearance complements the kitchen’s refined aesthetic and enhances its visual appeal.”

"Through the discerning lens of the Kitchen Design Contest, we've unearthed three remarkable Australian projects that epitomise the pinnacle of kitchen design innovation. These projects not only showcase Australia's remarkable talent but also reaffirm Sub-Zero Wolf's commitment to elevating culinary spaces worldwide."

- Managing Director Sub-Zero Wolf Australia, Andrew Mumford

Melbourne Residence by Rob Mills Architecture & Interiors

Built for a family who loves to cook and entertain, Rob Mills Architecture & Interiors’ ‘Melbourne Residence’ features not one but two elegant yet functional kitchens, both of which utilise Sub-Zero and Wolf appliances. “The client’s vision for their new kitchen was uncompromising, and this naturally extended to the choice of appliances,” architect Rob Mills says. “Sub-Zero and Wolf were selected as they consistently deliver at the top of the range on aesthetics and functionality.”

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