Gaggenau multi function warming drawer

Gaggenau launch their new multi function warming drawer With an even heat distribution of up to 80 °C, the warming drawer is perfect for slow cooking. With the slow cooking program, you can prepare your food effortlessly – whether you want to enjoy a perfectly cooked roast or want to keep a prepared meal warm for as long as you like. The warming drawer is also useful for many other tasks: letting dough rise, drying herbs and fruit, defrosting frozen food, melting chocolate or preparing yoghurt yourself. In addition, the warming drawer conveniently brings plates and cups to the right temperature or offers storage space for kitchen appliances and oven accessories. The hygienic glass surface is easy to clean.

Gaggenau has created an extraordinary short film and event series called “A Taste for Design”

Check out the newest short film from BSH brand Gaggenau: “Angelino Mélange” features an incredible cooking demonstration & design conversation set in The Kitchen at the Los Angeles Times building.

Gaggenau @Milan Design Week

As Milan Design Week approaches, Gaggenau prepares to welcome you to A Statement of Form. The iconic and beautiful Villa Necchi Campiglio will be hosting the installation, an immersive representation of Gaggenau. See, hear, taste and truly feel the brand as never before. 

Join Gaggenau in the heart of Milan, 7-11 June.

Gaggenau unveils the initiatives for the Milan Design Week

Gaggenau, the luxury brand for professional-grade home appliances, will showcase as part of Fuorisalone for the first time during Milan Design Week 2022. For the event, the company will take over the glass pavilion at Villa Necchi Campiglio and invite international architects, designers and kitchen professionals to experience its interactive ‘A Statement of Form’ installation from Tuesday 7th until Saturday 11th June. According to Gaggenau, visitors will be encouraged to network, build connections and share ideas whilst enjoying the comapany’s hospitality and a series of ground-breaking public and private talks, Q&As and social events throughout the week.

A Statement of Form is a bold departure from the brand’s previous EuroCucina offerings. It spans 360 sq feet, creating a structure that brings together the key elements of Gaggenau’s promise and purpose. Visitors will move through the installation on a guided tour and experience different sections that focus on Gaggenau’s key specialist areas, including cooking precision from raw ingredients to cuisine, balance and tension, heritage and craftsmanship through to progressive advancement, the importance of materiality, the relationship between cooling and heat, objet d’art within technical perfection, and the home as the entertaining space of the future.

«We are excited – said Peter Goetz, managing director of Gaggenau – to showcase our brand in the centre of Milan for the very first time, and look forward to welcoming architects, designers and kitchen professionals that we haven’t met in-person since the pandemic. ‘A Statement of Form’ juxtaposes competing elements that are required to make something exceptional. It brings together: tradition and avant-garde, grand masters crafting culinary art, and a conscientious maintenance of craftsmanship, through progressiveness and heritage. This space in Milan is a true expression of the uniqueness of Gaggenau

Gaggenau Milan Design week

This year Gaggenau steps out of the EuroCucina fairgrounds into its own space at Milan’s Design Week. A central, cultural and communal space for Architects and Designers, this is an experience not to be missed, please register for your preferred date: 7th-11th June 2022.Join Gaggenau during Milan Design Week

Gaggenau has launched the new Amsterdam flagship showroom

Gaggenau has launched the new Amsterdam flagship showroom with a three day event for partners, dealers, architects, designers, press and influencers.

Each night, guests were taken on a tantalising journey with gastonomic masterpieces brought to life by Two Michelin star chef Edwin Vinke and his talented team. The dishes were complemented by luxurious Black Forest cocktails created by Robert Schinkel, that pay tribute to Gaggenau’s origins.

Gaggenau new showroom

Gaggenau, the German luxury brand for professional-grade home appliances, which announced the launch of four new ‘bricks and mortar’ flagship stores and showrooms after a positive year of sales in 2021, closed by the brand with a more than a 10% uplift in sales. Gaggenau will open two flagship stores in Shanghai and Paris. Openings are the openings are scheduled respectively in autumn 2021 and January 2022. They will be the first to feature a brand-new design and concept, created in collaboration with German architecture firm 1zu33. Other showrooms to boast the new concept design are located in Amsterdam launching in September and Brussels at the end of the year.

Each of the new openings will present sophisticated locations and local contexts in their design and architecture. Furthermore, experiential kitchen and living space scenarios will present Gaggenau appliances in a brand new way. Different materials, looks and finishes, which are representative of real-world, sophisticated living environments are supplied through collaborations with likeminded, highly respected brands, including interior wood fittings from Schotten & Hansen, modern furniture from Walter Knoll and lighting installations from Occhio.

The new flagship stores and showrooms will also include immersive private dining spaces, wine bars, and a section dedicated to the brand’s Respected by Gaggenau initiative, celebrating independent artisans and producers in the realms of culinary excellenceviniculture innovation and design. A centrepiece attraction will be ’The Difference’ – a holistic experience, which allows visitors to discover the ethos of Gaggenau.

BSH uses BASF’s Styropor packaging

Since April 2021, BSH has been using BASF’s Styropor for the first time, based on a raw material obtained from chemically recycled plastic waste, as a packaging material for selected large appliances of its luxury brand Gaggenau. BSH is initially testing Styropor packaging made from recycled material at its Dillingen production site in Germany. The ambitious goal is to use this type of resource-efficient packaging for all large appliances around the world. “At BSH, our aim is to improve the quality of life – says Silke Maurer, BSH Chief Operating Officer -. This also includes the conservation of natural resources and contributing to the reduction of waste and pollution. We have already made important progress in this regard. As Europe’s leading manufacturer of household appliances, we have been developing and manufacturing all of our carbon-neutral products worldwide in our own locations since the end of 2020. But we don’t stop there. As a company, and therefore we as a company, we need to move away from the throwaway mentality and towards a greater understanding of resources and materials. Transforming something old into something new and thus avoiding waste is therefore a central element of BSH’s circular economy approach. Using Styropor packaging, for which the raw materials come from chemical recycling, we are actively contributing to our sustainability goals and the circular economy at the sector level. We are delighted to have BASF, a long-standing and experienced partner, at our side, helping us achieve these goals