Founded in 1683, Gaggenau is the brand for people who want the very best. Our desire for the exceptional means that people around the world are discovering our appliances, which are characterised by extraordinary concepts and whose performance is uncompromising; appliances where it’s the little things that make all the difference. We bring together exacting craftsmanship and high-quality materials, assembling many of our appliances by hand. Even our place of origin is authentic: Gaggenau, a town in the Black Forest. This is the difference by which we define ourselves. It’s the core promise that underpins everything we do. And we bring it to life in everything that bears the Gaggenau name, from our logo to our online showroom. For us, nothing is more satisfying than interacting with people who are looking for uncompromising performance, share our passion for extraordinary and authentic products, and live the difference with us.
Driven by principles within the professional kitchen, inspired by the needs and experiences of the professional chef, we have introduced the same senses and standards into the private home with our: ovens, cooktops, ventilation, VarioCool, wine climate cabinets and dishwashers.
This coastal home in Queensland by CLO Studios serves as an artful homage to its history, the natural environment, and the famed Sri Lankan architect Geoffrey Bawa.
A Victorian bungalow reimagined. The Kirribilli Bungalow, redesigned by Howard Tanner, Sidney Rofe, and Mary Dewar, is a fusion of history and modern design that seeks to capture the home’s surrounding light and space.
Blending indoor and outdoor living, this Bayside residence by JCB Architects provides ample space for all different functions.
A reminder that the kitchen really is the heart of the home, the winners of the 2023 Gaggenau Kitchen of the Year Design Contest each let design shine.
Size is no issue for the winner of The Living Space at the 2023 INDE.Awards where a small home that has been expertly designed has made a big impact.
Relive the best moments or catch up on the awards you missed at architecture’s night of nights.
The 2023 INDE.Summit was a success – relive all the action and deepen your regional focus by catching up on what you missed.
As seen in the Gaggenau Kitchen of the Year 2023 shortlist, these 12 kitchens express clever design solutions, luxurious living and the finest in materials and appliances.
The shortlisted projects in The Living Space category of the 2023 INDE.Awards have been announced and they are all homes that raise the bar on creativity and innovation.
Entries for the Gaggenau Kitchen of the Year close on April 30!
Announcing the 2023 Jury for Gaggenau’s Kitchen of the Year.
The Gaggenau Kitchen of the Year Design Contest is back, and here we speak to two of the judges about kitchen trends, design influences and finding magic in the unexpected.
In this edition of The Habitus Edit, we explore the renovation magic of Robert Nichol & Sons in their stunning remodel of an old suburban home in Melbourne.
A new category and a stellar jury lineup, get ready for the INDE.Awards’ biggest year yet.
Once again, the search is on for the Gaggenau Kitchen of the Year. The inaugural series was marked by stunning entries from a field of industry-leading architects, designers and kitchen studios. This year, we’re thrilled to see the next wave of innovators and discover the field’s latest masterpieces. Is your kitchen one of them?
The calibre of projects entered into The Living Space in the 2022 INDE.Awards was not only exciting but inspiring and receiving the top honour for best in category is indeed recognition of design at its best.
The 2022 INDE.Awards winners have been revealed – and the list is packed with exceptional innovation, creativity, and sustainability initiatives.
It’s no small feat to present a display that makes the hustle and bustle of Milan Design Week fade away. Yet Gaggenau seems to have achieved the impossible, with its extraordinary installation at Villa Necchi Campiglio designed to provide a welcome respite from the business of the fair.
The 2022 INDE.Awards – The Living Space category showcases outstanding residences that have become templates of great design.
Cera Stribley’s head of interiors Jessica Coulter gives us the rundown on the 11 most tantalising events and activations that went down in Milan.
After much deliberation among INDE.Awards’ jurors, we are incredibly excited to present The Official Shortlist for the INDE.Awards 2022.
Not only does 2022 see the return of Salone, it’s also the EuroCucina and Euro Bagno. With kitchens and bathrooms the most important rooms of any home, we share the latest as seen on the ground in Milan.
Watch the Fitzroy Project by Robert Nichol & Sons come to life on film, where a tactile and hi-tech kitchen made it a worthy winner of the Gaggenau Kitchen of the Year Design Contest.