The Colour Palate: Colour-Coded Dining
By Sarah Housley

Diners at The Colour Palate, a five-course multi-sensory meal taking place this month in London, will see the colours of their environment change with …

Aug 07, 2014
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Diners at The Colour Palate, a five-course multi-sensory meal taking place this month in London, will see the colours of their environment change with each of the five courses they eat.

Organised by The Art of Dining, the event will explore how colour psychology can influence the taste and perception of a meal. Between courses, the cutlery, tablecloth, walls, decorations and music will all change to match the colour of the food. Chef Ellen Parr will combine ingredients based on their colour, while set designer Alice Hodge will create corresponding environments from lighting, paper, glass and fabric, and DJ Gemma Cairney will choose music to fit the theme. Tickets cost £50 including a cocktail and a five-course meal and are available here.

Homebuildlife subscribers can read more on the topics of colour psychology and flavour perception in our reports, The Strategy  of Colour and The Tactility of Colour.

– Sarah Housley

 

 


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