A Designer Aesthetic

Gaggenau redefines the art of the modern kitchen – where knowledge and elevated design are as important as any foodie flair.

By Sponsored Content 16/02/2022

Creativity and a want to attain perfection.

They are avenues of desire synonymous with the luxury realm and central considerations that have long driven the exemplary output of Gaggenau.

Design is only as good as its function when it comes to said perfection – and it’s this firm alignment that elevates the German brand to a level of lustful (rightful) desire.

Its roots planted in German aristocracy and dating to the 17th Century – the many learnings that litter this path are equally important today.

What shapes each and every Gaggenau appliance – beyond the hands that still, to this day, engage aspects of manufacturing processes – is a search for betterment via knowledge delivered by those for whom the kitchen proves a professional space.

Superior ‘elegance’ is seen across a suite of luxury products.  Gaggenau has built its reputation on values such as heritage, luxury, design, precision and delivering professional cooking results to the domestic home.

Professional equipment, much like ingredients, must be of the highest quality and add something to the final dish. Gaggenau use the same approach for the private kitchen, but with the added aesthetic consideration. This constant quality control protects an exceptional reputation built by hand, since 1683.

This is kitchen creativity finished in finesse – exemplified in the 400 series combi-steam ovens that boasts a cavernous 50 litres of space, automatic self-cleaning systems, fixed water supply and a range of automatic programs some 23 years after debuted the first domestic iteration.

Did we mention they also look damn fine?

Learn more about the peerless Gaggenau product suite at a local showroom.; gaggenau1683.com.au



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