Sub-Zero and Wolf's 2010-2012 Kitchen Design Contest: 1st Place Traditional Kitchen Award. The project was to design a kitchen for a busy female executive working for time with an active family of five. The design challenge was to plan a kosher kitchen for several people to work in and most importantly create a way to engage the three teenage children to participate. The kitchen was to be functional and visually stimulating. There is a custom stainless steel clean up area with two separate meat and dairy sinks for clean-up and prep. The unique cooking hearth incorporates a 48" range flanked by two pullout spice/oil pantries that are concealed in the stone enclosure of the hearth. Adding harmony and sophistication to the marble surround. The island incorporates a pareve sink, a 36" under counter roasting oven, a lowered marble baking area, and seating for the three children. The most impressive feature of the island is the Agate Quartz under-lit stone top that looks like something out of the Museum of Natural History.