Jonathan Keats, an American artist launched a pop up restaurant at Sacramento’s Croker Art Museum last summer. This restaurant has unique concept which there were no chairs, plates, or chefs. Yes, this is the world’s restaurant for plants that the roses as the patrons and filtered sunlight as the menu.
At Keats’s Photosynthetic Restaurant, plants are nourished with different way, instead of normally spectrum. The sunlight that reaches the plants is controlled in order to offer a tasting menu designed to enhance a plant’s energy and experience. Keats said, for nearly a half of billon years, plants have subsisted on a diet of photon that served up by the sun and indiscriminately consumed. This restaurant looks like a combination of art installation and science experiment.
There is a canopy of coloured acrylic filters that mounted on copper poles. You can see amazing sunlight passes through the filters like blue in the morning, red in the afternoon, and green in the evening. Keats provides the same sort of experience to plants by tilting the sunlight intake toward the final red light of the spectrum. Red light tends to boost carbohydrate levels in plants which mean good. So, do you want to taste this new comer unique restaurant ever?
Images Credit: Photosynthetic Restaurant