From New York’s Bloomberg Tower to the Burj Khalifa in Dubai, from Hesperia Tower in Barcelona to the Pan Peninsula in London and to countless city houses and country estates on six continents, Sub-Zero and Wolf embody luxury. To these two family-owned brands, “luxury” is more than fine materials and striking design, more than a classic aesthetic that never goes out of style. To us, luxury enriches life in the home by making essential moments — the food and drink you share, the relationships enjoyed at the table — the very best they can be.
Sub-Zero have no distractions, and make no compromises. The materials in their products are premium grade; the technologies, state of the art; the craftsmanship, of the calibre one would expect in the world’s finest homes. When it comes to building superior products for your household, they take nothing for granted. Products are subjected to lab testing under extreme environmental conditions to ensure a life of 20 years or longer. Every component of every product is tested before assembly, then each finished product is tested for reliability before shipping.
The function came first — a system for keeping food fresher longer. Its key was dual refrigeration, the separate, sealed systems that create optimum conditions for refrigerator and freezer. When Sub-Zero introduced built-in refrigeration in 1954, that function led to a form that became one of the most imitated home-product designs ever: the classic Sub-Zero look with its bold, louvered grille over the dual compressors. Through the years, Sub-Zero expanded its design leadership with builtin wine preservation and with integrated refrigeration that merges seamlessly into the décor.