Immersive Experience: The Waldorf Project: Chapter Three / FUTURO


This November The Waldorf Project continues to satisfy consumer craving for immersive experiences, with Chapter Three / FUTURO. Artist Sean Rogg takes inspiration from the ‘Futuro’ house designed by Finnish architect Matti Suuronenn in 1968. This chapter celebrates the ideas dreamed up during the 1960s of utopian society.


Rogg aims to create a totally immersive experience by transporting guests to the future with a fresh interpretation and radical performance which unites food, scent, drink, movement, sound, and environment.


‘Guests will be told to come dressed in black this time, and they will be taken through seven stages of emotional, pleasurable states – some unnerving, some euphoric.’ – Sean Rogg


The Waldorf Project Chapter Three / FUTURO will run from 10th – 20th November 2016 at Here East, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, London E20 3BS, with only 48 guests per performance.

USP: Immersive experiences utilising sound, scent, food and movement continue to push boundaries and engage consumers on many levels.