Sub-Zero and Wolf Living Kitchen Enters Orange County

Mar 10, 2011, 15:54 ET from Sub-Zero, Inc. from ,Wolf Appliance, Inc.

LOS ANGELES, March 10, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Sub-Zero, Inc. and Wolf Appliance, Inc., global leaders in high-end kitchen appliances, have unveiled their first Sub-Zero and Wolf "Living Kitchen" in Orange County. The showroom is located in the Copper Tree business park at 151 Kalmus Drive, Suite L-3, Costa Mesa, California.

The 4,100-square-foot facility will feature the Living Kitchen concept by Sub-Zero and Wolf, an environment where built-in appliances are presented in kitchen vignettes to create a unique design statement. Designers, architects, builders, and consumers can view the newest products and see how they can be incorporated into any room's design. The Living Kitchen also gives visitors a better feel of the companies' luxury appliances, and they can experience Wolf's highly specialized cooking equipment during cooking demonstrations.

Zingg Design, an architectural group based in Middleton, WI, planned the space and oversaw construction.

"We are proud to open this showroom and training facility in Southern California, one of the best markets for our business. Our goal is for this space to be a hands-on resource and source of inspiration for the design community, as well as discerning homeowners. This will be a place to learn about our luxury appliances and design flexibility that are unmatched in the industry," said Michele Bedard, vice president of marketing for Sub-Zero and Wolf.

Among the products featured in the showroom are Sub-Zero's new 27-inch integrated columns, the company's latest product introduction in the advancement of kitchen design. The new 27-inch all-refrigerator and 27-inch all-freezer column models, along with Sub-Zero's other integrated and built-in models, not only preserve and keep food at its optimal freshness, they also merge seamlessly with surrounding cabinetry and virtually disappear into the decor of the kitchen.

The showroom also has an outdoor kitchen display showcasing Wolf's latest product development: the 54-inch outdoor grill, Wolf's largest yet. Available exclusively as a built-in unit, the 4.5-feet-wide grill offers an impressive 51,000 Btu of power with five stainless steel burners, all individually controlled to ensure uniform heat.

The live demo/training area in the new showroom can accommodate up to 45 people. Live equipment includes the Wolf 60-inch dual fuel range, the Wolf 30-inch induction cooktop, and two sets of double ovens; live integrated modules are the 15-inch fryer and 15-inch steamer.

Interested visitors should contact the showroom at 657-269-5874 for showroom hours.

About Sub-Zero and Wolf

Sub-Zero, Inc., is the leading manufacturer of American-made luxury refrigeration, freezers and wine storage units, and it leads in product design with its built-in and integrated lines. Founded in 1945, Sub-Zero is a privately held company in its third generation of family ownership. Headquartered in Madison, Wis., Sub-Zero, Inc., also operates a manufacturing facility in Goodyear, Ariz., and has over 1,400 employees. Specializing in food preservation, Sub-Zero pioneered the concept of dual refrigeration and prides itself on being the first company to store frozen foods at ultralow, "sub-zero" temperatures. Wolf Appliance, Inc., is the premier maker of ranges, ovens, cooktops and grills and was among the first to introduce the convection oven into the residential market. It is based in a state-of-the-art production facility in Fitchburg, Wis., and employs more than 300 people. Both Sub-Zero and Wolf products are available throughout the United States and internationally. For more information about Sub-Zero and Wolf, please visit subzero.com or wolfappliance.com, or call 800-222-7820. For guidance on how to incorporate energy- and cost-saving solutions into the kitchen, visit Sub-Zero and Wolf's GrowAGreenKitchen.com.

SOURCE Sub-Zero, Inc.; Wolf Appliance, Inc.



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