This image has been saved to hundreds of ideabooks, and pinned nearly as many times. Due to the prolific sharing of the image, we’ve been asked many questions about this project. Well, we should clarify, we’ve been asked four questions over and over again and we are unable to answer them.
Press Release by Sub-Zero, Inc. and Wolf Appliance, Inc.
This year marks their 10th Kitchen Design Contest and it has become the most highly regarded award program in the kitchen design industry. This contest is a way for Sub-Zero and Wolf, Inc. to honor the design community and the significant role they play in making Sub-Zero and Wolf a household name when it involves beautiful kitchen design. These regional winners truly represent achievement in kitchen design.
Rob Klein is the founder and President of Conceptual Kitchens & Millwork based in Carmel, IN. As a lead designer, Rob Klein brings a fine arts background to the industry: Equally comfortable with aesthetics and utilitarianism, Rob admits its the aesthetic difference – the design itself – that distinguishes his kitchens from others. Of th Sub-Zero and Wolf Kitchen Design Contest, Klein said, “this contest is the holy grail of design for every kitchen designer.”
Regional winners receive a trip to Sub-Zero and Wolf’s Madison, Wisconsin-based headquarters to attend the National Kitchen Design Contest Gala and Award Ceremony from May 20-21, 2013. There, more than $140,000 in cash prizes will be awarded to the winning designers.
See the link below to view images from Rob’s project that was featured in this year’s Design Contest:
This kitchen re-model, nearing the end of it’s design phase, has been so much fun to work on! With it’s hand distressed finishes, rustic wood beams, vintage inspired hardware, and hand forged ice box hinges, this Kitchen will offer all the modern day conveniences with a light-hearted ambiance of a warm and welcoming Farmhouse kitchen.
I really like this design. My original drawing for this kitchen was posted in an earlier blog, and this is the nearly-finished project. These are just scouting shots, but as you can see when the finishing touches in the space are complete, it will be special.
This is a detail shot of the ovens, and the use of drywall to complete the design. This is a great detail, and is one of the design elements that makes this design special and really work. Notice the drywall openings that the cabients are set into are returned. This is a complicated detail in the field, but as you can see, well worth the effort.
Rob Klein, President
Conceptual Kitchens & Millwork Inc.