Sub-Zero and Wolf prides itself on having one of the best showroom setups in the business – and for good reason.
The Sydney and Melbourne showrooms were created to facilitate experimentation and creativity. Above all, they are welcoming spaces which invite homeowners and design professionals to engage with the latest developments in design technology, aesthetics and practices.
Providing everything from expert advice and in-depth consultations through to live appliance demonstrations and an ever-expanding product range, these showrooms include something for everyone. The layout empowers visitors to experience the product offering at their own leisure, giving people meaningful opportunities to engage with the unique design possibilities of Sub-Zero and Wolf.
Sub-Zero and Wolf’s showrooms feature a wide array of installation choices, ranging from seamlessly integrated designs to striking statement pieces. These displays provide homeowners and design professionals with a holistic understanding of how Sub-Zero and Wolf products can enhance their kitchens, homes, and overall lifestyles.
Designed by Adele Bates in Sydney and Mim Design in Melbourne, both showrooms provide the perfect canvas for the exceptional Sub-Zero and Wolf range of products to shine. The use of creative joinery, meticulous attention to layout and high-quality materials sets the stage for these showrooms to embody Sub-Zero and Wolf’s core values of precision, innovation, and exceptional design.
New additions to the Sub-Zero and Wolf ranges include Sub-Zero’s breathtaking spin on the Classic Series and Designer Series Refrigeration, as well as a 122cm French Door refrigerator and a 76cm Convection Steam Oven with an astounding 68L capacity.
For over sixty years, Sub-Zero’s iconic stainless-steel grille in their Classic Series Refrigeration has stood as a symbol of Sub-Zero appliances’ unparalleled quality. Now, Sub-Zero’s Classic and Designer Series Refrigeration presents an extended range of innovative features and stunning aesthetic advancements – “reimagined, and full of fresh ideas.”
Visitors are given the opportunity to compare new models side by side, experience their physical effect within real kitchens, and chat with industry-leading experts who can guide them towards their ideal product options.
Showrooms are open by appointment from Monday to Friday, 10am – 4pm.
Melbourne, 11-19 Bank Place, Melbourne 3000
Sydney, 63 Foveaux Street Surry Hills, 2010
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