The 2016 Readers’ Choice Kitchen ContestAuthor:Lindsey Shook
We are thrilled to announce the 2016 Readers’ Choice Kitchen Contest in partnership with Riggs Distributing, hosts of the Sub-Zero and Wolf Regional Kitchen Design Contest (KDC).
If you are a professional kitchen designer, architect, interior designer, builder or remodeler, submit your design for a kitchen completed in 2015 or 2016 and you could be featured in our 2016 Fall issue, recognized by the region’s best at the Riggs Distributing KDC Awards Gala in Summer of 2017 and have a chance to win over $110,000 in cash and promotional prizes at the KDC Winners’ Summit and Gala as well as over $40,000 in cash and promotional prizes at the Riggs KDC Regional Awards!
HOW IT WORKS:
-Submit your work HERE by June 20, 2016 (Entries must be recieved by 5pm PST).
-On June 27, 2016 our editorial team will pick the top 15 designs to feature here on our website for readers to cast their vote.
-Every entry into the CHD Readers’ Choice Kitchen Contest will automatically be entered into the Sub-Zero and Wolf KDC.
-You MUST be a design professional, or student enrolled in accredited college or university and/or an NKBA student member, and be located in the regions of Northern California, Hawaii, and Western Nevada.
-Send a link or files to at least three or more hi-res images, floor plan and elevation, or perspective drawings of the project.
-The project MUST contain at least one fullsize Sub-Zero® built-in or integrated refrigeration unit.
-The project MUST contain at least one Wolf® cooking appliance as primary food preparation equipment. Ranges, rangetops, ovens, cooktops and two or more modules meet this requirement. Ventilation, microwave ovens and warming drawers do not.
To find out more about the prizing and official rules, please visit: http://www.riggsdistributing.com/kdc
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