The Loft Project Provides a Kitchen for Up-and-Coming Chefs

By: Meghan Young - Published: Dec 16, 2010 • References: theloftproject & fastcompany
The Loft Project is a godsend for many up-and-coming chefs who can't afford their own personal space to showcase their dishes. Like renting a photo studio for photographers, the Loft Project allows chefs to use their space for three to seven nights, serving 16 customers per night at $190 apiece.

Founded by Clarise Faria, she converted her apartment in London, UK into the high-profile supper club. Working with her partner Nuno Mendes, the Loft Project sees chefs from around the world. Stats for Chef-Swapping Restaurants Trending: Older & Chilly
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