Entries open for Sub-Zero Wolf Kitchen Design Contest

Entries are now open for the 2019-2020 Sub-Zero Wolf Kitchen Design Contest. The program celebrates design professionals throughout the world for their outstanding and innovative kitchen designs that feature Sub-Zero refrigeration and Wolf cooking appliances.

The contest has a total prize pool of US$275,000. Eligible Australian entries will also receive a Wolf Gourmet Blender.

Entries will be judged by a seven-member international panel on the functions and aesthetics of the kitchen design as well as the functional and aesthetic and functional use of Sub-Zero and Wolf appliances.

Twenty-nine finalists from around the world will each receive a cash prize and a trip for two to the Unite States to attend the Kitchen Design Contest Summit and Gala in September 2021, where the global winners will be announced.

In the 2017-2018 edition of the Kitchen Design Contest, seven entries from Australian were chosen to be finalists:

Armadale House – Chris Connell Design – Chris Connell

Armadale Residence – Rob Mills Architecture and Interiors – Rob Mills

Canada Bay house – Maker and May – Kirstyn Lloyd

Copelen Street – Studio Lancini – Erika Lancini

NNH Residence – Mim Design – Miriam Fanning

South Coast Residence – David Selden Design – David Selden

The Seed House, Castlecrag – Fitzpatrick and Partners Architects – James Fitzpatrick

Entries close 31 January 2021.

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