Sensorium takes shape
Prevalence of modernism
On Friday, as Brown\'s team began assembling the frame of the ground wire dome structure of the temporary venue, the up restaurant began construction.
By Monday, the entrance and kitchen are in place, and when it opens in April 12, it is possible to have a better understanding of what the building will eventually look like.
Judging by half of Groupon.
The price ticket was sold out yesterday and I guess many of you may be interested in the development of things.
Here are some of the photos I took when I stopped to talk to Brown about the project.
Located near Yards Park, Sensorium is a few blocks east of the National Park on the southeast coast and will be in a fairly open area.
Brown and his team were excited about the contrast between facing the quiet riverside of the restaurant and the old industrial engineering sitting behind: I can\'t say I was overwhelmed by the dome frame.
It didn\'t feel like enough space, and I was wondering how Brown planned to install 30 seats and a stage in it.
However, when I re-visited the site on Monday, the team had applied the skin to the frame, which made a huge change.
I am surprised that once it disappears from the contrast of the open landscape around it, the interior space becomes larger.
How the sensory dining experience can play a logistical role is becoming more and more clear.
There are two hexagonal doorways connecting the space and dining area before and after the dome.
The long tent in front will serve as a waiting area where guests will have cocktails before entering.
The big tent behind is the kitchen.
\"This is actually the first kitchen I built myself,\" Brown told me . \".
For Brown\'s famous roaming dinner club Artisa, he has always relied on the kitchen, and wherever he serves, he cooks many components in advance to make up --
\"At sensorum, I was really able to expand what I could do here,\" he said.