Owning a Sub-Zero Wolf kitchen appliance is like having a state of the art, 5 star kitchen in your own home. Dining in would be a luxury in itself. As part of our “Sneak Peek” series, Sub-Zero Wolf is among many exhibitors at the 2011 New York Architectural Digest Home Design Show this spring. They will be showcasing several new, high tech kitchen appliances, such as the one featured in this blog.
The latest and greatest innovation from Sub-Zero Wolf are the Integrated Columns. This 27- inch column all refrigerator and 27- inch column all freezer was designed with the customer in mind. While the columns are a new execution in the Sub-Zero design options, they represent a continuation of the company’s trendsetting offering of products that are design sensitive and responsive to consumers’ wishes for new concepts.
With no visible hinges or grilles in sight, the Integrated Columns fit seamlessly into kitchen designs, creating an aesthetically pleasing environment. Sub-Zero Wolf’s precise knowledge of the science of food preservation allows the controlled temperature to constantly stay within one degree of the set temperature. Additionally, the heavily insulated doors and magnetic door seal prevents air leaks to keep food fresh and crisp as well as conserve energy. This Sub-Zero Wolf Integrated Column has already earned the Energy Star qualified rating by meeting the strict guidelines of the EPA and the U.S. Department of Energy.
For more information on the Integrated Columns or other Sub-Zero Wolf appliances, visit the company’s website at www.subzero.com.