Series in collaboration
Social art and architecture
Photography by Claudine Boeglin
“I have an enormous pleasure – maybe selfish, to see people having fun out of a moment I have created. It’s better than sex, drugs or anything else.”
Marwan Badran, British Iraqi artist and pioneer chef in fusion cuisine
Spacious and elegant, Chateau Engalin is a 18th century residence with a fully equipped food lab in Occitania, South West France.
The contemporary mas
– close to fortified villages and local markets, is a modular platform to host experiences.
With husband Jeremy – a British entrepreneur in the shipping industry, British-Iraqi chef Marwan Badran has designed Engalin as a playful picture-perfect stage for togetherness in South Europe. The food lab he envisioned and masters all year around, is open for workshops and bespoke experiences.