Gaggenau is the leading brand for domestic appliances and has taken a pioneering role in innovation and design “Made in Germany”. Its success is based on technological advance and a clear design language, paired with perfect function. The company, characterised by its over 330-
Industrial craftsmanship tradition.
The company was founded in 1683 by Margrave Ludwig Wilhelm von Baden, who established an ironworks in the town of Gaggenau. Over the years, the “Eisenwerke Gaggenau A.G.” expanded into the manufacture of agricultural machinery and consumer durables. By the 19th century, the company was producing bicycles, advertising signs and stoves, and had become an enamelling specialist. The recipe for Gaggenau’s robust oven enamel formed the basis for the success of its coal and gas-
Vision of a fitted kitchen.
In 1931, “Eisenwerke Gaggenau A.G.” was acquired by Dr. Otto von Blanquet. 1956 saw the dawn of a new era, when the company was taken over by his son Georg. Inspired by a passion for cooking, he realised his vision of a custom-
Inspired by the requirements of leading professionals and top chefs, Gaggenau brings professional culinary technology to the domestic kitchen. The current product range includes ovens, Combi-
Authenticity in form and function.
With its aspirations to high standards, the company follows the finest tradition in German design, and in its outstanding functionality, uncompromising quality and formal consistency, fulfils both present-
No other manufacturer has had such a significant and lasting influence on the domestic kitchen as Gaggenau. The company was at the forefront of the development of the built-
Exclusive culinary culture and sophisticated lifestyle.
Gaggenau is attuned to culinary cultures in which the preparation of superior dishes is consciously celebrated as a pleasure, beginning with the selection of the best ingredients. As a pioneer of exclusive culinary culture Gaggenau maintains a regular exchange with internationally acclaimed star chefs and sommeliers. This know-
Sustainability and sense of responsibility.
As a BSH Group brand Gaggenau is committed to the principle of sustainability and the responsible use of resources. A prime aspect for Gaggenau is the use of high quality materials that also ensure product longevity. Around fifty researchers and engineers work closely with a team of five designers in an ongoing development process. New developments are always aimed at achieving energy efficient products.
Since 1995, Gaggenau has been a subsidiary of BSH Hausgeräte GmbH. The company’s Brand Management, Brand Design and Marketing as well as the Executive Board Sales Germany are based at the Group’s Munich headquarters. The Group has key production facilities in Germany, in Lipsheim in Alsace (France), in Spain and in Turkey. The Gaggenau brand is represented in more than 50 countries worldwide, with flagship showrooms in major cities. In 2013, Gaggenau achieved a turnover of more than 190 million euros.
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