Gaggenau’s ICFF Pop-Up Design Studio featuring mind-reading cooktops, Daniel Boulud and a kick-off party Friday

Gaggenau is coming through Openhouse to showcase their new full-surface induction cooktops. Doesn’t matter where you put your pots and pans: The stove knows! And it heats up the right spot, which means amazingly simple cooking. Gaggenau wasn’t always so modern. Founded in 1684, they’re one of the oldest manufacturers in Germany and still run with a hand-made manufacturing process.

Gaggenau pops up at Openhouse Friday May 18-Monday May 21 with a recreation of the Gaggenau factory, a wine-and-coffee bar, lounge areas, free Wifi and insanely stylish kitchen appliances. The pop up will showcase how they hand-make those oven doors, how you can make your kitchen more rugged and beautiful at the same time. Wine is brought to us by Boisset Vineyards who will be highlighting their Raymond vineyard and showcasing Gaggenau’s wine-storage unit.

This pop up features some special features too. Check out the schedule after a brief picture pause.

Friday May 18, 8-10 pm  |  Gaggenau ICFF Kick-Off Party
Rock Openhouse to DJ Ben Sparks’ tunes, sip crisp beer and lively prosecco. RSVP to members@openhousegallery.org and  gaggenau@gaggenauicff.com

Saturday May 19, 11 am-5 pm | Gaggenau pop up open to all 

Saturday May 19, 4-7 pm  |  From Our House to Bauhaus
panel discussion + reception
Gaggenau hosts the German Design Council for a lively panel discussion and open forum entitled “From Our House to Bauhaus.” Includes Dr. Annemarie Jaeggi, director of the Bauhaus Archive Berlin and Dr. Magarete Wies, VP of advanced design North America for Mercedes-Benz, Philipp Mainzer of e15 design and Hendrik Muller of eins:33 (who designed the Gaggenau pop-up store). Space is limited. RSVP to Gaggenau@gaggenau-icff.com

Sunday May 20, 11 am-5 pm | Gaggenau pop up open to all 

Monday May 21, 6-9 pm | Experience Cooking Without Limits
Join us in celebrating the official launch of Gaggenau’s new CX 491 Full Surface Cooktop. The first cooktop to transform the entire surface into one large cooking area. The experience includes a private cocktail reception and cookbook signing by Chef Daniel Boulud. Featuring a cooking demo and book signing by Boulud. Serving Raymond Vineyard wines plus delicacies from Daniel Boulud’s catering company, FEAST & FETES. You cannot RSVP for this, but you can win tickets to the Boulud reception by joining our Openhouse Facebook picture contest already filled with tasty pictures.



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