The exhibition, open until the 27th of July, reveals the latest undertaking by the chef and his team – a centre for gastronomic experimentation and innovation located in Cap de Creus
Ever since El Bulli, voted the world’s best restaurant five years running, closed its doors on the 30th of July, 2011, Ferran Adrià and his team have been working on a new project due for implementation in 2015.
From the 2nd of June to the 27th of July in the Palau Robert, the exhibition entitled elBullifoundation. Exposició pública. Un projecte per a compartir (Public exhibition. A project for sharing) reveals the essentials of the new project in three distinct ambits.
First of all, the central exhibition, “elBulli 1846”, presents the project’s architectural model designed collectively by Enric Ruiz-Geli‘s Cloud9 Studio, the design workshop Ruiz Narvaiz Associats and the Marti Franch Studio. The complex will consist of more than 5000 m2 of exhibition centres, audio-visual rooms and other areas such as the BulliStore, the Pop-Up restaurant and a sector dedicated specifically to renewable energies.
Next there is the presentation of ElBulliDNA, a project which will provide an insight into the work carried out by an annually-selected, thirty-person creative team during a period of eight months each year and during which time the team will explore culinary language as a basis for experimenting with other disciplines such as design, science and architecture.
And finally there is Bullipedia, a new web-based encyclopaedia of western gastronomy and cuisine designed to provide a tool for assisting sector professionals with innovation, education and the reproduction of traditional cooking methods.
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