As visual beings, we are often obsessed by what good design looks like. But Gaggenau, the luxury appliance brand with centuries of kitchen expertise, asks: what does it taste like?
The residents of Derby Place would be well placed to answer. Furnished with a full suite of Gaggenau’s exceptional 200 series ovens, fully integrated dishwashers, 5-burner cooktops and rangehoods, their premium kitchens are culinary testing zones – entertaining spaces where design is truly put through its paces.
Owned, developed, and built by Crema Group, and designed by award winning Melbourne-based practices Fender Katsalidis Architects and CBG Architects, interiors at Derby Place are appointed with sumptuous material finishes and fixtures. The sleek fascia of Gaggenau’s ovens and appliances provide “the perfect compliment to the natural stone and bespoke joinery” within residences, says interior architect Pietro Giordano, while the high impact display suite on site has already hosted a series of functions, with food prepared on Gaggenau appliances by master chef Joseph Vargetto of Mister Bianco and Massi restaurants.
“The Derby Place purchasers have been drawn to the classic, timeless design of the kitchen,” says Katya Crema, associate director and sales & marketing manager at Crema Group. Crema’s collaboration with Gaggenau was built upon “a shared respect for beauty and functionality,” resulting in a series of considered homes, centered around togetherness, functionality and the cooking experience.
Acclaimed by chefs and design enthusiasts alike, Gaggenau continues to support the creative home cook with a taste for the finer things, and an eye for quality.