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Draper DBS Sub Zero Booth Kbis 2008

Quick note...as the weather warms...it's 73 degrees and not even 11 am(!) I like to lighten up the blog...so here is a fresh, crisp, change, along with some small new images just below the main image. It feels like summer already to me!

Here is the other Sub Zero booth from the 2008 KBIS show last week, by Bill Draper, of Draper DBS. Bill Draper shares his, always unique, always interesting, vision, creating a mix of materials, a fusion of smoothness, texture, shine, shimmer, waves, and grids in a simple, yet strong, kitchen design.

There is movement in this kitchen...it's in the "wave" drawer fronts, the rounded, amazing, Sub Zero pieces, made as one, the "moving" glass features, even the carved artwork of 3 people in slight movement. The colors are clear and warm, and the lines are strong. Bill Draper's designs for Sub Zero always delight the senses. We, in the biz, KNOW it will be something special if Bill Draper is attached to a project. His cabinetry is wonderful, and he has a policy that his factory will create anything buildable...just go ahead and dream...

Take a look at the Flikr slide show...it's a quick one, only 7 images.

















UPDATE: I had a request to see the drawer fronts on this project. I did not focus on them, so they are not as sharp as they could be, but it's not bad. kbis%2008%204831.jpg

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Reader Comments (3)

I wish you had a close up of the cast aluminum drawer
faces. They were sensational! Look at the metal inserts on the white bow fronted cabinet above. The detail in this kitchen was amazing. This was my favorite booth this year.

April 21, 2008 | Unregistered CommenterAtharva

Atharva, let me check and see what I have. OK, take a look, above on the main post, not the slideshow.

April 21, 2008 | Unregistered CommenterSusan

it looks cool yea...

February 8, 2009 | Unregistered Commenterloveisintheair

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