Gaggenau, the luxury brand, for home appliances recently marked its appreciation for Emirati artistry by inaugurating the Gaggenau Galleria at Anantara Business Bay. This special occasion showcased Gaggenau’s unwavering dedication to design and the preservation of excellence, seamlessly blending their rich legacy with the opulent heritage of Emiratis.

The Galleria paid homage to Emirati artists featuring Afra Al Suwaidis exquisite sand sculptures representing each of the seven Emirates, Asayel Abdullas captivating plexiglass paintings portraying Emirati Heritage and Salmah Al Mansooris thought provoking collection exploring the influence of environment on identity. Among the attendees were Emirati VIPs, esteemed government representatives, influential media personalities and trusted clients. The esteemed visionary HE Sheikha Lubna Bint Khalid Al Qasimi graced the event as a guest of honor.

The event beautifully showcased a blend of heritage and modernity through each exhibits expression. These artworks stand as a testament to Gaggenau’s support for emerging Emirati women artists, while also highlighting their commitment to the people and culture of this nation.

Furthermore, Her Highness Lubna expressed her admiration for Gaggenau by revealing that she has been a Gaggenau customer for the last two decades. She also accentuated the value of endorsing budding Emirati artists, spotlighting new talents in the Emirati arts domain and lauding their exceptional contributions.

Irem Yalzar, Head of Marketing, at Gaggenau emphasised how craftsmanship has remained at the core of the brand throughout its 300 year journey.

She highlighted the alignment of Gaggenau’s legacy with the incredible heritage of the UAE, solidifying the brand’s presence in the country.

Tomas Alonso, CEO of BSH Middle East, added his perspective, stating: “The country’s success is owed to its visionaries, its artists, and its leaders. That’s what brings us here today, to support these incredibly talented Emirati women artists and their unique creations that represent the promising future of the Emirati culture.”

This event signifies the start of a lasting bond between Gaggenau and the UAE founded on admiration and deep respect, for the rich and iconic heritage of the Emirati culture.