A dinner surrounded by tall pines, with the soothing sounds of rushing water and intermittent chirping of woodland birds, is not exactly an experience common in New York City. But with a four-night pop-up at Chelsea’s Art Beam gallery, the luxury appliance brand Gaggenau is bringing this experience to Manhattan, under the culinary direction of Eleven Madison Park’s Daniel Humm. The project, called Restaurant 1683, after Gaggenau’s year of founding, is the first in a series of events launching a three-year campaign celebrating Gaggenau’s 333rd anniversary this year. The company looked to German architect Hendrik Mueller of architecture firm einszu33 to transform a buzzy Chelsea gallery into an immersive, experiential look at Gaggenau’s history.
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