Famed British designer Tom Dixon and Caesarstone have come together to create 'The Restaurant.'
The Restaurant has four different kitchen and dining areas, each of which are used to explore cutting-edge methods for preparing and preserving various food items. Visitors to the spaces are invited to visit each of the stations and sample the various items available in order to put together a full meal. As well as challenging familiar concepts in food-making, the deconstructed Earth, Water, Fire and Ice kitchens also serve as a way to break down the constraints of a traditional restaurant dining experience.
Rather than exhibiting products at Milan Design Week, Tom Dixon and Caesarstone's collaboration serves as a showcase of design and surface material innovations.
Artful Surfaces at 'The Restaurant' Explore Innovative Cooking
1. Experimental-kitchen Restaurants - Opportunity for restaurants to create unique dining experiences by exploring cutting-edge methods for food preparation and presentation.
2. Deconstructed Dining Experiences - Disruptive potential for restaurants to challenge the constraints of traditional dining by offering multi-sensory experiences and breaking down the dining space.
3. Design and Surface Material Innovations - Innovative opportunities for designers and material suppliers to showcase new concepts and materials that enhance both aesthetics and functionality in restaurant spaces.
1. Hospitality - The hospitality industry can leverage experimental-kitchen restaurants to attract customers seeking unique and immersive dining experiences.
2. Interior Design - Interior designers can tap into the trend of deconstructed dining experiences to create unconventional restaurant spaces that break away from traditional design norms.
3. Food and Beverage - Food and beverage industry players can explore design and surface material innovations to enhance the presentation and preservation of their food products, elevating the overall dining experience.