7 Tide, Boston's newest design destination, was opened in 2016 by Clarke as not only the company's third Sub-Zero & Wolf Showroom and Test Kitchen in New England, but also the location of the first Marvin Windows and Doors Experience Center in the U.S. and home to Reflex Lighting, a regional thought leader in lighting for commercial and residential design.
Marvin WIndows and Doors,
Is 2017 the year of your new kitchen? We totally get it. Life is busy. You need a clear understanding of why would you take an hour or two out of your busy life to visit Clarke, New England's Official Sub-Zero & Wolf Showroom and Test Kitchen, especially when you've heard you can't buy anything there. There is a long list of reasons to visit Clarke, but let's start with these five...
Sub-Zero Refrigerator Drawers,
Clarke, New England's Official Sub-Zero & Wolf Showroom and Test Kitchen, is no stranger to time travel. Really. It happens often when we host celebrity chefs producing media events that won't air for months. For instance, making sure a Christmas cooking segment is ready for radio or television in December typically means creating the spirit of the holidays months ahead of time in the "studio" at Clarke.
Faith Middleton's Food Schmooze,
Holiday Cooking Tips,
Clarke, New England's Official Sub-Zero & Wolf Showroom and Test Kitchen, is always delighted to share the cooking knowledge and expertise found within its three locations. There is no single time of year where our showroom consultants and chefs receive more questions by phone or email than in the weeks leading up to Thanksgiving. Most Sub-Zero and Wolf owners take great pride in preparing delicious food and Thanksgiving kicks off a holiday season with hundreds of reasons to share food with friends and family. Here you will find recipes and instructions that will help answer the questions most asked of our Clarke team at this time of year.
Chef Brittany Wezner,
As life seems to get busier and busier, wouldn't it be nice to know how to balance work, home, family and personal care? To that end, during Design Market in Boston, Clarke, New England's Official Sub-Zero & Wolf Showroom and Test Kitchen at 7 Tide in Boston, invited 75 busy interior designers to "Doing It All," a luncheon seminar featuring New England Home Editor Stacy Kunstel and "Elements of Style" Author and Design Blogger Erin Gates.
New England Home magazine,
Marvin Experience Center,
Local designers and residents who stopped into the Clarke Sub-Zero and Wolf Test Kitchen located at 7 Tide last week might have thought they entered a television production studio instead of the newest design destination in Boston Seaport. Clarke's newest showroom was recently chosen by Hood® as the production site for the company's series of Holiday Recipe short programs that will be seen on CBS Boston/WBZ-TV during the 2016 holiday season.
On September 22, more than 250 of New England's finest architects and designers filled 7 Tide in Boston Seaport to celebrate the finest kitchen designs of 2015. As the culmination of more than two years of planning, designing and building Clarke's new Sub-Zero & Wolf Showroom and Test Kitchen, Designer Appreciation Night 2016 was all about Boston.
Clarke Kitchen Design Contest,
Clarke Designer Appreciation Night,
Sub-Zero and Wolf appliances
Clarke's Annual Designer Appreciation Night (DAN) took place last night at the newest Sub-Zero & Wolf Showroom and Test Kitchen at 7 Tide in Boston Seaport, so it was no surprise that the food, entertainment and vibe was all about Boston.
Clarke Designer Appreciation Night
On October 5th and 6th, the Boston Design Center will host Boston Design Market 2016. This two-day event is designed to allow architects, interior designers and their clients to immerse themselves in everything to do with residential design. Now just steps away at 7 Tide Street, Boston Seaport's newest design destination, there's even more reason to attend!
Boston Design Market
As each new iconic structure rises above the Boston skyline, taking the city literally to new heights, it's easy to get caught up in the awesome architectural achievements and forget the hard-working people who put their skills and sweat into these buildings. In honor of Labor Day, we thought you'd enjoy a look at a unique Clarke event that recently catered to those contractors working on what will become Boston's tallest residential building - One Dalton.