As tools for everyday living, Sub-Zero Wolf brings an elevated luxury to the kitchen. With elegance, quality craftsmanship and bespoke detailing, Sub-Zero Wolf ’s range of refrigeration and cooking appliances are all made to the exacting standards built into its long-running legacy
August 15th, 2018
From the very early days, Sub-Zero, in particular, had a clear focus on built-in design aesthetics. It was all about a ‘total kitchen concept’ – seamless benches blending into cabinetry — a complete kitchen-look. Although that may not sound out of ordinary by today’s standards, it is when considering that Sub-Zero Wolf was pioneering this back in the 50s.
Further to its integration possibilities, both Sub-Zero and Wolf products can be configured in an incredibly wide array of options. From widths and depths to custom panels and even hardware, each piece can be as unique as its owners. Sub-Zero Wolf is a brand that is synonymous with quality craftsmanship and advanced performance. Choosing a Sub-Zero Wolf product is more than just selecting an appliance, it’s about long-term performance, durability, craftsmanship and technology – all wrapped up in a well-designed package.
Seamless integration and bespoke qualities are the marks of excellence, features which come standard in this top-of-the-range brand.
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