The restaurant, Blueness, is located in the heart of Antwerp's fashionable district, on the ground floor of a 17th-century Renaissance building. Space Copenhagen has installed specific pieces inside the restaurant that add an "otherworldly" touch, with cast brass chandeliers and a colorful lighting installation.
丹麦设计工作室由Sige Bindslev Henriksen和Peter Bundgaard Rützou领导，他们想要在室内反映精致的休闲美食与法国和日本的影响，同时也展示建筑在历史上的不同用途和活动。因此，室内融合了建筑的古典建筑与新的斯堪的纳维亚设计元素，而它的布局为食客提供了选择，他们可以在定制的吧台观察开放式厨房的戏剧性用餐体验，或者在主餐厅享受宁静的烛光晚餐体验。
The Danish design studio, led by Sige Bindslev Henriksen and Peter Bundgaard Rutzou, wanted to reflect the fine casual cuisine of the interior with French and Japanese influences, while also showcasing the different uses and activities of the building throughout its history. As a result, the interior fuses the building's classical architecture with new Scandinavian design elements while its layout offers diners the option of a theatrical dining experience at the custom bar, where they can observe the open kitchen, or a tranquil candlelit dinner experience in the main dining room.
Original features — such as tall ceilings, carved sandstone and marble columns, and elaborate metalwork door and window frames — are complemented by clean-lined furniture and site-specific works by some artists. The studio describes the bespoke pieces as "otherworldly" and Rutzou calls them "unexpected, mysterious elements of the future".
The curved bar is made of dark red walnut, and its rounded edges have been carefully treated to create a smooth tactile surface. Dark red walnut with brushed steel bench for easy cleaning and maintenance. The dark furniture contrasts with the light stone walls of the 17th-century building. The dining room is comfortably furnished in pastel hues, using natural materials such as wood, stone, brass and linen.