A celebration of culture

Celebrating coffee, wine, cuisine and design, Gaggenau pays homage to the like-minded artisans and artists with whom the brand creates exceptional and immersive…
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Gaggenau Showroom Houston
Drawing inspiration from the Texas desert, the Gaggenau Showroom Houston features bold tones and earthy hues to create a very warm, desert-inspired architectural shell that features minimalist appliances surrounded by textured plaster and natural wood. Showcasing Gaggenau appliances, the showroom is a gallery experience where the appliances feel like the art. Photography: Christoph Philadelphia
a large wooden table sitting in the middle of a room
Gaggenau Showroom Houston
Drawing inspiration from the Texas desert, the Gaggenau Showroom Houston features bold tones and earthy hues to create a very warm, desert-inspired architectural shell that features minimalist appliances surrounded by textured plaster and natural wood. Showcasing Gaggenau appliances, the showroom is a gallery experience where the appliances feel like the art. Photography: Christoph Philadelphia
the kitchen counter is made out of black marble
The Art of Reduction
The art of reduction. The Essential Induction stands as a beacon of culinary essentialism. As Gaggenau’s culinary masterpiece, the ordinary is transcended into the realms of essentialism, a philosophy centred on distilling the unnecessary and embracing the core. #TheEssentialInduction #Gaggenau *Available for purchase in Europe, Turkey, and the Middle East from May 2024. Based on demand, the availability will be potentially expanded in the future.
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Less for a Life of More
The Essential Induction’s minimalistic approach focuses on finding joy in the essential aspects of cooking and living. Rooted in simplicity, functionality and freedom, the Essential Induction’s surface offers a versatile social hub and becomes the stage of an elevated culinary experience. *The Essential Induction cooktop will be available for purchase in Europe, Turkey, and the Middle East from May 2024. Based on demand, the availability will be potentially expanded in the future.
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A Warm Tone Kitchen
Showcasing Gaggenau’s 400 series oven, Combi steam oven, coffee machine and culinary warming drawer in Stainless steel, this natural material home features oak wood, high cabinets in Bistro white and a Taj Mahal quartzite worktop that transforms the culinary space, creating an ambiance of tranquillity surrounded by soothing neutral tones. Photography: Pernille Haugen Kitchen design: Drommekjokkenet Skoyen Property owner: Linda Sæthre Evensen
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The Essential Induction
Introducing the Essential Induction. Less for a life of more. ​The Essential Induction cooktop is a testament to Gaggenau’s dedication to timeless design, craftsmanship and limitless creativity. With form and function always in mind, the design of Gaggenau’s new appliance empowers culinary enthusiasts in their kitchen spaces and eliminates limitations between preparation and living. A cooktop and worktop combined into one. ​*Available to purchase in Europe, Turkey and UAE from May 2024.
Inspired by Dutch Golden Age still-life paintings of the 17th century, three chefs from different culinary and cultural backgrounds were asked to incorporate a dish into these unique artistic recreations. Santiago Lasta added his famous chocolate tamal, Andrew Wong cooked his signature egg custard buns and Elizabeth Haigh brought her steam Hainaenese chicken to the still-life piece. #Gaggenau #GaggenauExperience #ArtoftheKitchen #DutchStillLife #DutchGoldenAge #StillLife #Culinary #Luxury #Art Santiago, Paintings, Dutch Still Life, Dutch Golden Age, Still Life Painting, Artist At Work, Still Life, Famous Chocolate
Dutch Still Life Paintings with Culinary and Cultural Details
Inspired by Dutch Golden Age still-life paintings of the 17th century, three chefs from different culinary and cultural backgrounds were asked to incorporate a dish into these unique artistic recreations. Santiago Lasta added his famous chocolate tamal, Andrew Wong cooked his signature egg custard buns and Elizabeth Haigh brought her steam Hainaenese chicken to the still-life piece. #Gaggenau #GaggenauExperience #ArtoftheKitchen #DutchStillLife #DutchGoldenAge #StillLife #Culinary #Luxury #Art
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Gaggenau’s London showroom hosts its collaboration with Brazilian artist Mayra Sérgio, who explores aroma and emotion with her ‘Sensorial Shelter’ installation of bricks made from coffee grounds. At the launch, 40 guests received a limited-edition silk-screen print using ‘coffee’ ink on 100% cotton paper. Mayra spent months researching how to make the ink, using a unique ‘Gaggenau’ blend of beans by specialty roaster Dark Woods Coffee. Photography by Christian Trampenau. #Gaggenau
several pieces of dark colored bricks stacked on top of each other in order to form a wall
Gaggenau’s London showroom hosts its collaboration with Brazilian artist Mayra Sérgio, who explores aroma and emotion with her ‘Sensorial Shelter’ installation of bricks made from coffee grounds. At the launch, 40 guests received a limited-edition silk-screen print using ‘coffee’ ink on 100% cotton paper. Mayra spent months researching how to make the ink, using a unique ‘Gaggenau’ blend of beans by specialty roaster Dark Woods Coffee. Photography by Christian Trampenau. #Gaggenau
a woman is working on a sculpture in the shape of a rock and wooden blocks
Gaggenau’s London showroom hosts its collaboration with Brazilian artist Mayra Sérgio, who explores aroma and emotion with her ‘Sensorial Shelter’ installation of bricks made from coffee grounds. At the launch, 40 guests received a limited-edition silk-screen print using ‘coffee’ ink on 100% cotton paper. Mayra spent months researching how to make the ink, using a unique ‘Gaggenau’ blend of beans by specialty roaster Dark Woods Coffee. Photography by Christian Trampenau. #Gaggenau
a woman sitting on top of a white floor next to a pile of chocolate blocks
Gaggenau’s London showroom hosts its collaboration with Brazilian artist Mayra Sérgio, who explores aroma and emotion with her ‘Sensorial Shelter’ installation of bricks made from coffee grounds. At the launch, 40 guests received a limited-edition silk-screen print using ‘coffee’ ink on 100% cotton paper. Mayra spent months researching how to make the ink, using a unique ‘Gaggenau’ blend of beans by specialty roaster Dark Woods Coffee. Photography by Christian Trampenau. #Gaggenau
a room that has some bricks on the floor and a tv in the wall behind it
Gaggenau’s London showroom hosts its collaboration with Brazilian artist Mayra Sérgio, who explores aroma and emotion with her ‘Sensorial Shelter’ installation of bricks made from coffee grounds. At the launch, 40 guests received a limited-edition silk-screen print using ‘coffee’ ink on 100% cotton paper. Mayra spent months researching how to make the ink, using a unique ‘Gaggenau’ blend of beans by specialty roaster Dark Woods Coffee. Photography by Christian Trampenau. #Gaggenau
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Continuing its exploration of coffee culture, Gaggenau is working with an artist who interprets the experience of drinking it in an abstract way. Brazilian artist Mayra Sérgio, now based in Amsterdam, enjoys playing with the principle of olfactory memory. Her performative installation ‘Sensorial Shelter’ in Gaggenau’s London showroom features bricks made out of coffee grounds that release an aroma reminiscent of her home. Photography by Michiel Spijkers. #Gaggenau
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A visit to Tim Wendelboe’s espresso roastery, school and bar in Oslo is a must for anyone with a passion for coffee. Having started in the coffee industry at the age of 19, Tim is now one of the THE names in specialty coffee. Two years ago he felt that it was time to learn more about the actual farming of coffee and he now splits his time between Oslo, sourcing beans from Africa and his plantation, Finca El Suelo, in Colombia. Photography by Benjamin A. Ward. #Gaggenau
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As co-founder and head green coffee buyer of Square Mile Coffee in East London, Anette Moldvaer discusses her role as supplier of award-winning blends to select independent coffee houses. She draws inspiration from her Scandinavian roots, where coffee is the default social beverage and a point of pride for the server. #Gaggenau