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DANCING IN CHAINS AND TIMELESS DESIGN

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Find out what the design of a new Gaggenau appliance has to do with a "dance in chains", why solid control knobs have played an important role at Gaggenau for decades and why less is actually more when it comes to timeless design.

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Sven Baacke joined the Gaggenau design team in 2003, where he rose to the position of head designer and is at the head of a visionary team. “We jump far into the future and then back to the near future again,” says Gaggenau head designer Sven Baacke in the Chapter Talks podcast, explaining the development process for the luxury built-in kitchen appliances. In the new episode of the “Chapter Talks Design” podcast, he talks about the role that the kitchen plays as a living space for him – both professionally and privately.

The latest episode of the podcast series “Gaggenau Chief Designer Sven Baacke in conversation with Chapter Creative Director Timo Schmitt” can be found at the following link (in German): https://open.spotify.com/episode/53Z0iBUPEwqTeOkos61znc

EDITOR’S TIP:

A kitchen is no longer just a room for preparing food. Kitchens have been planned as open-plan concepts for several years now. Find out more at:https://www.poggenpohl.com

 

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