Grand Designs Australia

Aussie designers DOING US PROUD

an impressive seven Australian entrants were among the 30 finalists of the bi-annual Sub-Zero Wolf Kitchen Design Contest (for 2017–2018). The global competition, which recognises kitchen designers, architects, interior designers, builders and re-modellers for advancing outstanding kitchen design, received more than 1800 entries from 18 countries.

Finalists, selected by an international panel of architects, kitchen designers and interior designers, were evaluated in three categories: Contemporary, Transitional and Traditional. The seven Aussies joined 22 other international finalists and one student winner at the Winners’ Summit & Gala in Charleston, South Carolina, where the winners were announced.

Home-grown finalists included David Selden Design’s South Coast Residence, a heritage house providing

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