Mas is More
360 'T Zilte
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- Chef Viki Geunes shows what impact his new workplace has on his repertoire. For this well-known food designer and outstanding composer of tastes, working on top of the most talked-about and identifiable building in Antwerp (the new MAS museum) offers a unique artistic platform
- Panoramic images of the MAS and its beautiful environment accompany crisp recordings of 24 new culinary creations from Viki Guenes
- The chef himself has supplied the commentary on tastes as well as a technical explanation
Full DescriptionThe MAS is a ground-breaking museum that tells the story of the people, the past, present and future of the city of Antwerp and the world. The MAS is much more than just a museum. It is a new city centre; a new meeting place where there is always something to see and do. Mas is More shows the unique collaboration between the MAS and chef Viki Geunes. Viki Guenes' acclaimed restaurant is moving from its current location into the MAS. This new location of the 't Zilte restaurant takes visitors to unprecedented heights, figuratively and literally! The plentiful height of the building affords breathtaking views of the medieval city, the Scheldt and the port. Viki Geunes moved his two-star restaurant 't Zilte from Mol to the MAS, where he now works his magic in Antwerp's highest restaurant. Conversations with the architect, the mayor, the alderman of culture and the museum director outline the importance of MAS for Antwerp and its surroundings. Furthermore, the transformation of restaurant 't Zilte Mol to MAS is extensively discussed and the historical significance of this exceptional location. Contents: MAS: More Adrenaline in the City; Interior design architect Bittorio Simoni creates a unique stage in 't Zilte for guests and chef; Koen van den Broek integrates art into MAS restaurant 't Zilte; Viki Geunes advises an impassioned brewer; Gustaaf Asaert From Niuewstad to Eilandje; Viki Geunes, a nose for expresso.
- Lannoo Publishers
- 14th Jan 2013
- World excluding Belgium, The Netherlands, France, Switzerland & Scandinavia
- 250 mm x 310 mm
- 192 Pages
- 180 color