Trends we spotted this week – week 37
At Horecatrends we spot a lot of national and international trends on a daily basis. We pick the most interesting ones to write articles about, the smaller trends we use in our column ‘Trends we spotted this week’. This week among others, a solid golden toilet and an urban bathhouse made of shipping containers.
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The Italian artist Maurizio Cattelan made a special art object, a solid golden toilet! The extravagant luxurious product is situated in New York’s famous Museum the Guggenheim. The art object is not only made to look at, you can actually use the toilet. Real art in the bathroom.
Chef Guillame Beer at the Amsterdam restaurants Breda and Guts & Glory, came up with the krokodel. A combination of two popular Dutch snacks, the croquette and frikandel. The Krokodel is a frikandel ragout filled croquette.
The Monut, a combination of a marshmallow and donut. The Monut was invented by the ladies of XO Marshmallow, a gourmet marshmallow shop in the United States. The Monuts are handmade with fresh products, gluten free and made without any preservatives.
A bathhouse made of shipping containers. SOAK is a bathhouse like no other: design-driven, ecological and built for urbanites of all stripes. Drop into one of their hot pools, connect with friends, sauna, clear your head, or just nap. At SOAK, there are no silence gongs. The courtyard is spacious and sun-filled, and on nice days our awning is pulled back making the space completely open-air. Curious where you can find SOAK in San Francisco, click the title.