"It is always a pleasure working with Drury Design. Not only for their outstanding kitchen designs, but their attention to detail is not compromised - the same philosophy of Sub-Zero and Wolf." - Dan Heyn, President of the Sub-Zero Wolf Showroom.
Glen Ellyn, IL (PRWEB) March 5, 2010
Drury Design Studio congratulates Tina Muller of Glen Ellyn on winning the 2008-2009 Sub-Zero and Wolf Kitchen Design Contest's [KDC] local award. Ms. Muller, a Glen Ellyn resident, joined Drury Design Studio in 2001 and is the recipient of several National Kitchen and Bath Association [NKBA] awards. Designed for a client's home in Glen Ellyn, Ms. Muller's winning kitchen design will be featured in the July issue of Chicago Home Garden. Drury Design is a Chicago area Sub-Zero and Wolf dealer. Visit http://www.drurykitchendesign.com for the latest in kitchen and home design trends.
Held every two years, the contest invites professional kitchen designers, builders and architects to enter luxury kitchens equipped with Sub-Zero and Wolf appliances. Sponsored by Chicago Home Garden magazine, the KDC awards ceremony recognized three regional and three local winners. The 2008/2009 KDC competition drew over 1400 national entrants. Sub-Zero and Wolf's regional distributor hosted the local and regional KDC awards ceremony at their Glendale Heights showroom.
"Since the inaugural competition in 1993, our Kitchen Design Contest has become the most highly regarded award program in the kitchen design industry," said Paul Leuthe, corporate marketing manager for Sub-Zero and Wolf. "With each contest, we gain insight into kitchen design trends and see how top designers and architects seamlessly incorporate Sub-Zero and Wolf kitchen appliances into their remodeling and new home projects. The contest is also our way of recognizing the important role the design community plays in making Sub-Zero and Wolf a household name when it involves beautiful kitchen design."
Sub-Zero and Wolf will announce the 2010-11 Kitchen Design Contest in June 2010. "It is always a pleasure working with Drury Design. Not only for their outstanding kitchen designs, but their attention to detail is not compromised - the same philosophy of Sub-Zero and Wolf." - Dan Heyn, President of the Sub-Zero Wolf Showroom.
"We started designing Sub-Zero / Wolf appliances into our client's kitchen designs in 1987, and have been an authorized dealer since 2002," said Gail Drury, CMKBD and studio president. "They represent the very finest in appliance design, quality, technology and performance and we are proud of our association with the Sub-Zero and Wolf Showroom"
About Drury Design, Chicago Area Kitchen and Bath Studio. . .
Client-focused design is the key to Drury Design's success. Founded by Gail Drury, CMKBD, a pioneering mompreneur in 1987, the studio is a nationally recognized kitchen and interior design center. Located at 512 N. Main Street in Glen Ellyn, Illinois, the award-winning studio is one of the largest in the Midwest. With over 1,000 completed projects, Drury Design's team is dedicated to delivering complete client satisfaction. To interview Gail Drury, CMKBD, about kitchen, bath and home design trends or to request permission to use an image, contact Jim Drury at 630.469.4980. View Drury Design's online custom kitchen and bath design portfolio at http://drurykitchendesign.com.
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 Phoenix, Ariz., and has nearly 1,350 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.