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A Statement of Form

A Statement of Form

This year, Gaggenau is leaving the Milan event site and moving into its own space at the Fuorisalone. This central, cultural and communal venue for architects and designers offers an indispensable experience, so put these dates in your calendar: June 6 - 11, 2022.

During Milan's Fuorisalone, Gaggenau will exhibit an intriguing, architectural display. 'A Statement of Form' showcases Gaggenau's commitment to craftsmanship, heritage and execution. Located on the grounds of the magnificent Villa Necchi Campiglio in the center of town, in the middle of the Fuorisalone, this screening will feed your imagination and your senses.

Experience collaborations with artists dedicated to their craft, such as Salvatori marble products and ceramics specialist Kaufman. In addition, three Michelin-starred chef Christian J├╝rgens will be in attendance. The timeless design, quality of raw materials and progressive functionality are bound to elicit both emotional and professional responses.

At the main screening, industry leaders also give important seminars. There is also an art exhibition on the grounds of Villa Necchi Campiglio.

More information will be announced in the coming months leading up to the Fuorisalone in June 2022.

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Villa Necchi Campiglio
Like an oasis in the middle of the busy city, Villa Necchi Campiglio has hosted the cream of Milanese society in its heyday. Built in 1935 by renowned architect Piero Portaluppi, the Villa is a paragon of Art Deco. Over the years, all sorts of additional decorations have been added and classic internal modifications have been made. Bequeathed by the original owners to the Fondo Ambiente Italiano (FAI), the building is the epitome of the avant-garde and of the traditional, a description that also applies to Gaggenau.

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