Drawing the inaugural edition of the Gaggenau Kitchen of the Year Design Contest to a close, we’re thrilled to announce the competition’s very first winners.
The Founder and Chairman of Riverlee, and Gaggenau Kitchen of the Year Design Contest judge, Clement Lee, talks to us about the difference between a house and a home, the importance of usability – and what makes a kitchen comfortable.
It’s not every day you see a project as breathtaking as this one, so it was no surprise when this home triumphed in The Living Space category at the recent INDE.Awards.
Sue Carr, an acclaimed pioneer of interior design in Australia and Gaggenau Kitchen of the Year Design Contest judge, talks about what attracted her to design, what her own home means to her, and why the table of the future will be designed to do so much more.
Damian Hannah, a kitchen design expert and Gaggenau Kitchen of the Year Design Contest judge, talks about growing up in a prolific design family, the importance of bringing fun into the kitchen space – and why larger freezers are making a comeback.
The 12 projects announced in Gaggenau’s inaugural Kitchen of the Year award show that an exceptionally designed kitchen is about quality, connection and function.
The art of perfecting the heart of the home extends beyond its great design and architecture. Today, the modern kitchen must provide the tools to help us perform at our very best.