Gaggenau, the German luxury kitchen appliance specialist, celebrated the opening of the House of Gaggenau, the first flagship showroom in Hong Kong, with tremendous support from the city’s and international elites on October 25th 2012.
Gaggenau takes pride in its persistent pursuit of culinary art and European art of living. Opening a 1,500 sq. ft. culinary studio, along with a private dining room and showcase kitchen styled after a private clubhouse, Gaggenau will further enforce its culinary passion with many inspiring and exciting collaborations with celebrity and Michelin starred chefs.
Upon entering the showroom, guests are impressed by a ‘Heritage Wall’ made from the wood of a century-old Black Forest lodge. It is completed with a vintage cuckoo clock and Gaggenau’s most iconic masterpiece, oven EB388, a permanent exhibit in the Museum of Modern Art in New York. The wall represents a history of 330 years of technical excellence of Gaggenau and can be found in all Gaggenau flagship showrooms worldwide.
Gaggenau has gained magnificent support from many culinary masters worldwide for its contribution in bringing professional kitchens to domestic users. At the opening of the House of Gaggenau, you could see chef Ryan Clift from Singapore, Gaggenau International Culinary Ambassador, who is famed for helming The Tippling Club, one of the best 20 restaurants in Asia, chef Federico Duarte from Shanghai, executive chef of Institut Paul Bocuse, founded by ‘Chef of the Century’ Paul Bocuse and many celebrity chefs from the Hong Kong Chefs Association.