For each edition of Biennale Interieur, designers are asked to submit innovative concepts for bars that will provide food and drink for visitors at the Kortrijk Xpo site as part of the Interieur Awards programme.
This year, four projects were selected from 70 entries to be constructed and to serve food and drink for the duration of the event, which continues until 26 October.
Named Behind the Curtain, the bar in Hall 6 is illuminated by gold and black pendant lights and furnished with white wooden chairs.
The group's Gelato Meccanico concept is based on handmade ice cream made on-site using old technologies, with visitors invited to make their own flavours.
The copper-coloured curtain runs in a circle to create a storage area, with a neon sign spelling out the bar's name above the equipment used to make the desserts.
Situated in Hall 4, the wooden serving area and long tables are positioned beneath a grid of hanging shimmering gold and silver-coloured sheets that are patterned like fish skins.
The stand serves cuisine from multiple cultures and traditions for diners who can relax on felt-covered chairs.
Their design follows a nautical theme, with fishing nets draped over the heads of diners who sit on curved blue seats that reference rolling waves.
Spherical lights are suspended above the tables in more nets to look like buoys.
The winning designs were chosen by a jury that included head of bathroom brand Axor, Philippe Grohe, food design collective Arabeschi di Latte founder Francesca Sarti, Paris-based designer and interior architect Noé Duchaufour Lawrance and Biennale Interieur president Lowie Vermeersch.