Against the stunning backdrop of Marina Bay Sands, guests experienced the brand’s revolutionary 400 series and eco-friendly gastronomic creations by Chef Wu Si Han.
November 17th, 2023
Earlier this month, Gaggenau, renowned for its luxury kitchen appliances, unveiled its latest innovations at the annual experiential event hosted in Singapore. The exclusive gathering took place at the sophisticated Supply & Demand, Esplanade, drawing notable members from the design industry. Also in attendance was Martin A Jaeger, Head of ASEAN and CEO of BSH Singapore.
The ambience of the Italian trattoria’s rooftop was transformed into a mesmerising setting with fresh flowers and foliage suspended from the ceiling, creating an elegant backdrop to showcase Gaggenau’s new flex induction cooktop with an integrated ventilation system from the 400 series. The spotlight also shone on the 76-centimetre oven from the same series, showcasing the brand’s commitment to cutting-edge culinary solutions.
As the sun dipped below the horizon, accompanied by the melodic notes of jazz, and with the iconic Marina Bay Sands in the backdrop, the event truly came to life. Guests were treated to an exquisite culinary experience, skilfully crafted by Chef Wu Si Han, Gaggenau’s first Singaporean culinary partner and the chef-owner of Supply & Demand, Esplanade. The celebration was a culinary journey featuring authentic flavours prepared with eco-friendly local produce, emphasising a commitment to sustainability.
The evening continued with guests mingling against the enchanting cityscape, enjoying delightful beverages. The Gaggenau staff, known for their expertise, provided insightful product demonstrations, allowing attendees to experience firsthand how Gaggenau’s latest innovations epitomise unparalleled culinary excellence.
This immersive experience showcased the brand’s dedication to innovative solutions that not only elevate the culinary experience but also contribute to mindful living and a sustainable future. The event was a testament to Gaggenau’s unwavering commitment to pushing the boundaries of innovation in the realm of luxury kitchen appliances.
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