Caesarstone and Gaggenau Unveil a Stephanie Goto-Designed Chef’s Table
March 17, 2015
Caesarstone and Gaggenau are partnering with architect Stephanie Goto at this year’s Design Industry Foundation Fight AIDS (DIFFA): Dining by Design from March 19th-23rd at Pier 92 in New York City. The annual event joins together celebrated individuals in the worlds of fashion, interior design, art and architecture to create dining settings.
Inspired by the concept of a chefs’ table, Stephanie Goto has envisioned a one-of-a-kind vignette, showcasing the quartz surfacing materials and professional-grade appliances the two brands are known for manufacturing. The muse behind the theme is the Gaggenau Vario knob, an iconic feature of the company’s Vario cooking appliances. This inspiration can be found in the shape of the Chefs’ Table and upon the graphic backdrop wall, created from a pattern of both actual Vario knobs and visual knobs reimagined in Caesarstone’s Vanilla Noir (5100), a new color from their Classico Collection.
Adding flavor the space, Chefs’ Table will feature a functioning cooking area. The table, also surfaced in Caesarstone’s Vanilla Noir, will be outfitted with Gaggenau’s Vario induction cooktop 400 series (V1424610), Vario teppan yaki 400 series (VP414610) and Vario downdraft ventilation 400 series (VL414110). To complete the setting, New York City chefs will be on hand to demonstrate the products.
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