A luxury kitchen brand for the discerning, V-ZUG fuses culinary technology and elegant aesthetics within their kitchen appliances. The brand itself stands for ‘Swiss perfection for your home.’ Their state-of-the-art appliances have garnered awards in twelve luxury developments located in the prime districts of Singapore.
The Swiss company sees the sale of an appliance as the start of the relationship with the customer. A dedicated V-ZUG concierge service team is committed to perform onsite inspections of all appliances before they are handed over. Classes are conducted to teach customers how to use, how to cook, and how to maintain their appliances.
- Sustainable measures
V-ZUG pays extreme attention to the sustainability of its appliances during their entire life cycle, from production to usage and recycling. Its manufacturing arm in the heart of Switzerland – Zug – aims to be completely CO2 neutral by 2021, after implementing the usage of electricity from Swiss hydropower and solar power.
- Made for the finest cuisines
The kitchen appliances made by V-ZUG for domestic use have such precise humidity and temperature control that they can be used for haute cuisine by renowned chefs.
- Gourmet chef approved
V-ZUG appliances have been tried and tested by ambassador-chefs, such as Andreas Caminada (3-Michelin-starred Schloss Schauenstein) and Franck Giovannini (3-Michelin-starred Restaurant Crissier). In Singapore, ambassadors such as Ryan Clift (Tippling Club; ranked Asia’s 50 best restaurants) and celebrity chefs Sam and Forest Leong hold exclusive masterclasses for V-ZUG customers.
- Award-winning in function and form
V-ZUG has received international acclaim, such as the Plus X Award and Red Dot Design Award, for the elegant and purist designs of its appliances. It also won the Best Kitchen Appliances Award 2019/2020 from leading luxury magazine Singapore Tatler and Luxury Home Appliances Award 2019 from the Society of Interior Designers Singapore.
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This was adapted from an article originally published in the February 2020 issue of SquareRooms.