Children of Capitalism · Monopoly

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Client: Silver·Spoon + Four Seasons Hotel Ritz Lisbon · Copenhagen & Lisbon

Project Manager: CT CreativeCurator

Creative Direction: Exóticalia & CT CreativeCurator

Graphic Design: Exóticalia

Photos: Davide de Almeida // Courtesy: Silver.Spoon

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Silver.Spoon is a creative brand strategy firm and an international leader in gastronomic experience design.

Four Seasons Hotel Ritz Lisbon is considered Lisbon’s premier luxury hotel.

Silver.Spoon and the Four Seasons Hotel Ritz Lisbon once again delivered a conversation-inducing piece of experience design encased in these signature dinners.

This time under the theme “Children of Capitalism”, a reflection about contemporary monopolies, the guests had the opportunity to play an interpretation of “Monopoly” while enjoying exquisite food.

In this event, Chef Aija Pedersen represented Silver.Spoon HQ and Chef Pascal Meynard represented Four Seasons Hotel Ritz Lisbon.

“This is Monopoly. Only, what was previously played in your pyjamas in your living room becomes reality for a night. Will you fight to monopolize real estate, finance, renewable energy, transportation, or media and determine the fate of your experience?"

Silver·Spoon

Children of Capitalism

Four Seasons Hotel Ritz Lisbon

CT CreativeCurator

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