- Year: 2006
- Address: Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium
- City: Brussels
A gripping chandelier suspended as a spaceship under a huge silk hanging takes your breath away. The sumptuous zinc bar, the large picture windows decorated with velvet hangings, the enveloping black alcoves for 8 to 10 persons and the paintings inspired by Andy Wharol set the scene of this place signed by Antoine Pinto. Protected by the ostentatious walls of the
famous building, a splendid wooden summer terrace offers a very particular view on the rooftops of Brussels. On the balcony, imposing classical statues keep a watchful eye on the tables shaded with black parasols.