The Cube Restaurant in Brussels

© Danica O. Kus

Previously featured on ArchDaily, The Cube Restaurant is a pavilion designed pop up restaurant by Park Associati that will travel throughout Europe providing a unique dining experience with spectacular views. Photographer Danica Kus shared these photographs of the completed restaurant as it sits atop the Parc du Cinquantenaire in .

Architects: Park Associati – Filippo Pagliani, Michele Rossi with Alexia Caccavella, Alice Cuteri, Lorenzo Merloni
Location: Brussels, Belgium
Client: Electrolux Home Appliances Emea N.V.
Project Year: 2011
Photographs: Danica O. Kus

© Danica O. Kus
© Danica O. Kus
© Danica O. Kus
Cite: "The Cube Restaurant in Brussels" 18 Jul 2011. ArchDaily. Accessed 22 Sep 2014. <>


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    I like the idea, however the commercial Electrolux signature adds destructive sense of cheapness!

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      Any company willing to sponsor great architecture is fine in my book. Without corporate sponsorship, projects like this would not be possible.

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    why would one call this over-the-top frenzy of form a “cube”? maybe an actual cube would do a better job in this context.

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    Lol, and actually cube would do better… Eitherway, is hard to get worked about something like this. I see things like this and tend to think of marketing campaigns. This is gimmick architecture. I like it.

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    they forgot to tell you that it takes 150 euros for a lunch. (and it is all booked up)

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