Designed for timeless appeal, these iconic brands bring substance to luxury with the powerful combination of performance, design and dependability. Sub-Zero and Wolf products offer limitless design possibilities backed by over 70 years of appliance expertise.
Sub-Zero - the food preservation specialist - creates products of uncompromising craftsmanship that are more than just refrigerators; they are a suite of food- preservation technologies that keep food fresher longer. Choose from designs that can boldly stand out or disappear seamlessly into the décor in various widths and configurations.
Wolf - the cooking specialist - puts precise temperature control in your hands so the dish you have in mind will be the dish you bring to the table. Individual tastes in both food and design find limitless expression with Wolf. The different styles – ultra-sleek contemporary, classic, yet flexible transitional and bold professional – provide a design solution for any kitchen aesthetic.
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With the advent of the new Wolf and Sub-Zero outdoor kitchen, life outside will never be the same again. Think about perfectly cooked fish and vegetables to offer friends at lunch; or ribs or a roast for a family dinner. It’s all too mouthwatering and certainly a reality now that Wolf and Sub-Zero’s outdoor kitchen has arrived.
Paddington Courtyard House by Aileen Sage Architects reinvents the Victorian terrace with a dominating internal courtyard.
The elegant form and pragmatic spatial design of NNH Residence’s kitchen by Mim Design earned the Melbourne-based interiors practice first place in the Contemporary Kitchen Award category of Sub-Zero and Wolf’s biennial Kitchen Design Contest.
From rustic inspirations to gold and brass highlights, everything that was once old is new again with an Art Deco revival.
You’ve seen these brands featured in Habitus House Of The Year, on TV and online, but this Habitus Loves list uncovers what else these brands have.
HOLA Projects converts a 1920’s Fitzory warehouse into a home with heritage sensitivities and enduring interiors.
Sub-Zero and Wolf is calling for last entries to its Kitchen Design Contest 2017-2018, with submissions closing 31 January 2019, so enter now!
Enjoy a rare insight into the goings on, passionate discussions and heated debates that lead us to our Habitus House of the Year 2018 winners!
In 2018, design lovers across the Asia Pacific were invited to vote in Habitus’ House of the Year People’s Choice award, with the winner taking home a world-class designer package.
StylecraftHOME in Melbourne played host to the Habitus House of the Year Cocktail Event, during which we recognised the projects our independent jury of industry grandées separated and celebrated.
Across the vastly varying climatic conditions of the Indo Pacific, one thing that unites us is the desire to be connected to the outdoors. Wherever your locality lies these pieces will help you feel at home in the outdoors.
This year Habitus celebrates its 10th year at the forefront of residential architecture and design across the Indo Pacific. An extra special initiative to commemorate this milestone was launched at Tongue N Groove’s new Sydney showroom.
Today’s kitchens are a far cry from those of yesteryear. From their look and feel to the advancement of cutting-edge appliances, kitchens have drastically evolved.
With a long-running 20-year history, Sub-Zero & Wolf’s Kitchen Design Contest recognises the best in kitchen design from across the world. And if last year’s Australian standouts are anything to go by, we should dominate again in 2018.
Once a year it delights the team at Habitus HQ – and our widespread team of loyal contributors – to come together in celebration of the mammoth issue that is, our annual Kitchen & Bathroom edition.
As tools for everyday living, Sub-Zero Wolf brings an elevated luxury to the kitchen. With elegance, quality craftsmanship and bespoke detailing, Sub Zero Wolf’s range of refrigeration and cooking appliances are all made to the exacting standards built into its long-running legacy.
This waterfront retreat designed by iconic Australian-Japanese architect Koichi Takada is the epitome of an Australian dream home, adorned with a private beach, garden and open-plan living.