MADISON, WI — Sub-Zero, Wolf and Cove have announced the Global Winners of the 2019-2021 Kitchen Design Contest, the company announced.
The awards were presented at a gala event in Nashville, TN, according to the Madison, WI-based manufacturers of premium refrigeration, cooking and dishwashing.
“We applaud these pioneering professionals for their outstanding creativity and dedication to pushing the boundaries of design,” said Jim Bakke, president and CEO of Sub-Zero Group, Inc. “We’re honored to celebrate their success and award-winning work.”
The contest’s panel of seven judges evaluated more than 1,700 entries from 15 countries to determine 28 Finalists and one Student Winner, from which the Global Winners were selected. Cash prizes, totaling $215,000, the largest sum in the contest’s history, were awarded, according to sponsors.
Winners for Contemporary Kitchen Design included Adam Kane of Adam Kane Architects (South Melbourne, Australia), first place; John Bornas of Workroom (Richmond, Australia), second place; Stéphane Rasselet of naturehumaine architecture & design (Montreal, Québec, Canada), third place.
Winners for Traditional Kitchen Design were Barbara Foley of Bouton and Foley Interiors, Inc. (Paradise Valley, AZ), with Kim Bouton of Bouton and Foley Interiors, Inc., first place; Andrea Swan of Swan Architecture (Minneapolis), with Joe Paetzel of Swan Architecture, Kareem Reda of Anderson Reda, and Sue Weldon of Harris Weldon Interiors, second place; Kristine Anderson of PKA Architecture (Minneapolis), with Carl Olson of PKA Architecture, Lauren Buxbaum of Nate Berkus Interiors, and Randy Haapala of HNH Homes, third place.
Named as winners for Transitional Kitchen Design were Mick De Giulio of de Giulio kitchen design (Wilmette, IL), with Gregg Webb of de Giulio kitchen design and Kathy Manzella of de Giulio kitchen design, first place; Jonathan Spicer of Spicer Architecture (Sydney, Australia), with Isabelle Harris of Isabelle Harris Design, second place; Celeste Robbins of Robbins Architecture (Winnetka, IL), third place.
Other winners included:
- Small Space Kitchen: Trevor Wallace of Reflect Architecture (Toronto, Ontario, Canada).
- First-Time Entrant: April Tomlin of April Tomlin Interiors (Nashville, TN), with Jonathan Torode of Pfeffer Torode Architecture.
- Best Use Outside of Kitchen: Steve Karp of Bentwood of Chicago (Chicago, IL).
- Student Winner: Afnan Bashaikh.