Inspired by the recent distancing measures, Amsterdam-based Mediamatic’s dining concept brings people together in a series of glass greenhouses placed at the centre of d3.
Presented by the Consulate General of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, visitors will be able to come together in a safe and unique setting, with a focus on the importance of water, energy, and food for audiences of all ages.
In this Mediamatic concept, guests dine in private little greenhouses fit for two or four people: the serres séparées, a term derived from the French term used for the private dining area in restaurants and bars“chambre séparée”.
During Dubai Design Week, the Consulate General of the Kingdom of the Netherlands will together with Dutch partners stage a series of ‘serres séparées’ in d3, where lunch and dinner will be served for the duration of the week.
The concept will allow visitors, particularly families, to come together in a safe and unique setting, to see, and be seen, while sharing a meal in an intimate space even during these uncertain times.
The service will be operated by the d3-based restaurant, Molecule Bistro Royale Dubai, that will serve a conceptual plant-based, vegan menu consisting of mostly Dutch produce. During the rest of the day, the greenhouses provide a platform to discuss the importance of water, energy and food.
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