LOS ANGELES — Gaggenau has created a short film and event series exclusively for “Gaggenau Club 1683” members and prospects, the company announced.
Called “A Taste for Design,” each event pairs a chef affiliated with a Michelin- starred restaurant with renowned architects, designers and spaces to discuss the cross connections between food, art, architecture and design, the company said.
Gaggenau, which recently hosted events in Los Angeles and Minneapolis, said it will conduct several additional “Taste for Design” events throughout the U.S. 2022 and beyond. Planned locations include San Francisco, Weston, CT, New York and Chicago. Additional events have been previously held in Joshua Tree, CA, Washington, DC and Norwalk, CT.
Club 1683 is an exclusive trade program by Gaggenau offering valued members personal guidance, support, experiences and rewards. Named for the year of the company’s founding, 1683, the membership is open to a select number of luxury residential architects, interior designers and residential builders who are committed to the Gaggenau brand.