Sub-Zero and Wolf's 2010-2012 Kitchen Design Contest: Regional Winner Award.
The project is an extensive remodel of a 3,000 square foot residence located in the historic Hancock Park neighborhood of Los Angeles. The house was built in 1919 and the previous kitchen dated from the early 1990's. The design objective was to create a uniform formal language which pays homage to the period of the house while incorporating a more contemporary aesthetic suited to the owners' tastes. A limited palette of materials and colors were used in variations throughout the house. Small but significant changes were made to the existing floor plans to create architectural cohesion and improve function and flow. Durable materials and finishes were chosen for a house filled with teenagers and dogs.
Sub-Zero and Wolf appliances were selected for their timeless design and superior quality. The beauty of the stainless steel finish is expressed, creating a sophisticated, professional-looking kitchen where friends and family gather to partake in and celebrate cooking.