Since 1683, Gaggenau has created exceptional products and objects of desire that are beautifully designed, engineered and built. After 333 years, these differences are simply summed up as being “Gaggenau”.
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"The baking stone with its maximum temperature of 300°C was the reason why my father, a traditional baker, chose this 90cm wide oven." Sören Strayle, Designer
"It's two, maximum three, people who put together all the components to assemble the oven. It takes almost one and a half hours and we do only six to eight pieces a day." Jörg Neuner, Head of the Brand Centre
Janina Fey, one of the designers of the new EB 333 discusses the origins of the 90 cm wide oven: how it came to be, way back in the 80’s and why it is so distinctly ‘Gaggenau’. For Janina, it’s the extraordinary width of the 90 cm door made from a single sheet of 3 mm stainless steel, as well as its trademark “tummy”, that makes the EB 333 such an iconic design. Follow the link in our bio to see the icon reborn.
"The EB333 stands for consistency in a world that is very fast moving." Sven Baacke, Head of Design
"For us it is an iconic piece of art that can accidentally bake as well." Sven Schnee, Head of Global Brand Gaggenau.
Gaggenau spoke to some of the key individuals tasked with redesigning the Gaggenau icon for the brand's 333rd anniversary. Over time, the EB oven has become almost sacred to Gaggenau. Being the only series of products with a continuous 30 year history, it has become synonymous with our brand. Now, the people behind the new EB 333 step into the limelight.
With experience in enamel production dating back to 1880, Gaggenau built a special expertise. A closely guarded trade secret, the typical blue Gaggenau enamel is a recognised brand and quality mark.
In 1978, Gaggenau launched "Der Grillmobil". This design was extraordinary for its time and allowed the chef to griddle, pan cook or sear, even directly onto the heating elements. Today, it has achieved cult status and is a collector's item.
The unveiling of Gaggenau's future icon: the EB 333. This 90 cm-wide oven is named in tribute of Gaggenau's 333rd anniversary - shown for the first time at EuroCucina 2016.
In 1683, Margrave Ludwig Wilhelm von Baden (1655–1707) founds an ironworks in the town of Gaggenau. The company is born.