If you are an architect, kitchen designer or interior designer who incorporates Sub-Zero and Wolf appliances into your kitchen designs, Clarke invites you to become part of one of the most exciting design contests in New England. This marks the eighth year that Clarke, New England’s Official Sub-Zero & Wolf Showroom and Test Kitchen, has hosted a design contest to showcase the region’s finest designers.
Did you know that you could win more than $12,000 in prize money, as well as bring your projects to the attention of the national Sub-Zero Group, Inc. and promote your work in local, regional and national press by entering this contest?
This year, Clarke’s contest offers three entry categories: traditional kitchen, contemporary kitchen and transitional kitchen. We welcome any design that incorporates Sub-Zero and Wolf appliances. The project must be completed between January 1, 2014 and December 31, 2015. So that means, you may be working on a stunning project even now that could be perfect for submission, if it is completed by the end of this year.
All entries must be submitted online at ClarkeDesignContest.com no later than January 17, 2016 in order to qualify. All entries will be reviewed and evaluated by design industry professionals after the contest closing date.
Hundreds of entries from all six New England states have been submitted since the contest began. Architects and designers including Adolfo Perez, David Hacin, Jan Gleysteen, Amanda LaRose, Gerard Cicarello, Steve Langley and Lindy Weaver have been among the many winners. Winners have represented the finest firms in New England, including Lee Kimball, Venegas & Company, Deane, Inc., Roomscapes, Siemasko + Verbridge and the list goes on.
If you would like to take a look at the overview of the 2015 Clarke Design Contest, and see photos of recent winners, click here for the contest brochure.
The application process is totally online and quite simple. You will need to upload photos of your project, along with answering a series of questions about design goals and how your project stands out with unique solutions and design elements.
We look forward to seeing everyone’s entries and sharing them with homeowners and trade professionals in New England and across the country. Good luck!