Insider’s Guide to Redefining Designer Refrigeration
Introducing a new range of intelligent refrigeration appliances that blends revolutionary technology with exceptional quality.
Irrespective of interior style, functionality is foremost for the designer and homeowner when it comes to framing a new kitchen solution. Sub-Zero appliances consistently meet the requirements of both professional chefs and avid home cooks through their range of refrigeration options that have been improved to provide optimal preservation conditions for food, helping to keep ingredients fresher for longer and making Sub-Zero’s refrigeration the preferred option.
While retaining the same integrated and highly customisable exterior structure, Sub-Zero has crafted a new iteration of its much-loved Designer Series Refrigeration range to incorporate several refined performance and aesthetic enhancements internally. In this final instalment of our three-part series on state-of-the-art kitchen equipment, we delve into how the technological progress and interior elevations of Sub-Zero’s Designer Series Refrigeration are paving the way for a culinary revolution in the kitchen.
Sub-Zero has retained the form of its Designer Series Refrigeration collection while advancing the refrigeration’s internal functionality. Key elevations include a new Split Climate Intelligent Cooling System that uses a speed compressor to optimise the internal temperature within 1 degree of set point. The newly added ClearSight LED lighting scheme illuminates the refrigerator’s interior, enhancing visibility during the day and switching into night mode function in the evening to help decrease the brightness by 90 per cent.
Additional refinements to the Designer Series Refrigeration collection extend to improved functionality inside, including an easy, touch control panel, flip-up dairy compartment to store taller items, adjustable door shelves, nano-coated glass to create a hydrophobic barrier and contain spills and a NASA-inspired air purification system that purges odours from the air every 20-minutes.