It was within these four kitchens, constructed beneath the church’s domed centre that Francesca Sarti of Italian food design studio Arabeschi di Latte presented a collection of recipes in keeping with the elemental story. Combing traditional ingredients with the ultra-modern cooking techniques offered by Electrolux Grand Cuisineappliances, dishes included marshmallows and candyfloss prepared in the air kitchen, shaved ice drinks served in the water kitchen, chicken cooked beneath a brick in the earth kitchen, and charred breads toasted in the fire kitchen.
“We like to think our own products are beautiful enough for the home, yet tough enough to specify in professional environments, so it was great to work with a brand that delivers appliances both in to people’s homes and to Michelin starred restaurants ” Dixon continues. “Grand Cuisine provides the latest restaurant innovations directly to the home chef. It was that factor that immediately appealed when we were looking for the most innovative and intuitive technology, and products with the highest specifications to incorporate in to these conceptual kitchens.”