The Next Exciting Development for the d’Arenberg Cube
We've just released an updated artist’s impression of the d’Arenberg Cube, showcasing its external features, which include the addition of rooftop umbrellas.
Spanning almost the entire surface area of the glass roof will be 16 umbrellas, 15 black and one red, with hydraulically operated mechanical arms lifting each of them in a choreographed sequence of movement. Installation has commenced and is expected to be complete within the month.
The umbrellas are being installed to shelter the building from the sun beaming through the clear glass roof. Each umbrella is electrically operated and retractable, enabling them to fold in and lie down when not in use. The umbrellas can also operate independently, with each set in four quarters.
Chester is continuing to work on the interior fit out, filling the building with wall to wall artwork, a wine inhalation room, two virtual fermenters, and a plethora of sensory experiences designed to entice and excite the senses.