Belgians are famous for their mishmash architectural styles. Belgorama picked up typical elements of Belgian houses lining the local roads and tapped into its charming essence to create an oh-so-Belgian interior with a contemporary twist. Rain gutters were used to hide wiring and cables. The enormous window with a view of the tarmac was 'domesticated' by using hothouse elements. The lighting fixtures mimicked pigeons resting on a wire after a long race. The walls are decorated with a deconstructed aerial view of the local fields, the cities, all the way up to the North Sea, mimicking a pigeon's view of the country. The menu is also a delicious panorama of Belgian gastronomy, serving classic dishes and treats.
Made for & commissioned by Creneau International
Photography by Arne Jennard
Share this project: