Gaggenau Debuts Restaurant 1683 in Downtown Los AngelesAuthor:Laiza Cors
Gagganau, innovator and leader in high-quality appliances, has once again brought creativity in luxury design with it’s unique culinary experience and celebration of the company’s heritage. After Gaggenau’s award winning 1683 series, which debuted in New York City in 2016, Gaggenau introduced its exceptional Restaurant 1683, in Downtown Los Angeles.
Gaggenau enlisted Three-Michelin-Starred Chef Daniel Humm, co-owner of three renowned restaurants, Eleven Madison Park, NoMad New York and NoMad Los Angeles, and challenged him yet again to create an exceptional menu that would highlight Gaggenau’s extraordinary equipment and the romantic idea of celebrating a luxurious dinner in the middle of a mystical forest.
Paying homage to Germany’s legendary Black Forest, where Gaggenau was originally founded three centuries ago as an ironworks, Gaggenau created an emotional journey where guests were transported to a serene snow-covered forest. The moody atmosphere and elegant dining setting was the perfect backdrop for old world rustic interiors juxtaposed with modern appliances. Designing Restaurant 1683 in a loft in Downtown Los Angeles celebrated the city’s innovative history as well as Gaggenau’s rich history by showcasing six exquisite chef’s stations that each illustrate the authentic craftmanship that is still seen in the Black Forest today.
Save the Date: “Bone Black” at DZINE Gallery
DZINE Gallery Announces the Opening of “Bone Black” – A Group Exhibition Exploring the Intersection Between Logic, Geometry and Instinct AC/DC…
- October 21, 2019
Form & Function: Cultivating Creativity
Jarrod Baumann’s out-there thinking takes gardens to the next level In Los Gatos, Baumann created a modern parterre that includes a…
- October 21, 2019
Windy Chien at the Hotel San Luis Obispo
Bay Area artist Windy Chien describes herself as a lifelong “outsider” but her newest work is debuting this month in a…
- October 16, 2019