Restaurants tap interactive, sensory elements to creative immersive settings
Implications - Keeping in line with the experience economy, those in the restaurant industry are evolving their dining experiences to incorporate more immersive, multisensory elements. Not only looking to surprise and delight their consumers, restaurateurs are tapping into themed décor, eccentric settings, and mood lighting as a way to mimic places not typically associated with food. From forest-themed experiences to dinners held in libraries, these examples speak to the need to engage consumers in a way that makes them feel immersed, engaged and completely detached from their day-to-day environments.
Workshop Question - How could you create an environment for your consumer that completely detaches them from their day-to-day?