Gaggenau said it is playing a major role in the London Festival of Architecture’s Showroom Showcase with a specially commissioned installation.
Fragment, the abstract interpretation of the story of Gaggenau, can be seen in the Gaggenau London showroom window – at 40 Wigmore Street until June 30.
This year’s London Festival of Architecture (LFA 2021) sees some of London’s most- respected design brands offering up their showroom windows to showcase the work of emerging architects and designers.
Each designer was invited to create a unique architectural installation made of paper to be installed in those showrooms across London during June.
Gaggenau’s brief to architecture and design studio Inclume was to create an installation that represents the craftsmanship that Gaggenau has pursued since its beginnings as an iron foundry in 1683.
Edina Crnkic, Gaggenau’s group brand marketing manager, said: “We are delighted to take part in LFA 2021 and showcase this abstract installation by Inclume, which represents the Gaggenau story ‘It began with a spark’.
“To create this stunning piece of art, the designers utilised close to 4,500 paper forms and 320 wires – and the overall effect is mesmerising. I urge anyone who can to head over to Gaggenau London and see it for themselves.”