Sub-Zero and Wolf has opened its first dedicated Australian specifier showroom in the heart of Melbourne City.
August 4th, 2015
Located in the historic Bank House, the new 500 sqm Sub-Zero and Wolf showroom showcases the complete product range available in Australia. Designed by Mim Design, the space features double glass doors that open into an unassuming dark interior, crafting a feeling of hidden escape.
The spatial planning in the showroom has been carefully curated into two areas. One side displays products side-by-side; the other includes groupings of products replicating differing kitchen styles and finishes, a kitchen, meeting area and event space.
After 70 years in operation, Sub-Zero and Wolf continues pushing the boundaries with innovation, technical advancement and superior aesthetic form the cornerstone of their philosophy. It were these elements that inspired Mim Design to create such a unique showroom for Sub-Zero and Wolf.
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