This website uses cookies. By continuing to browse this website without changing your web-browser cookie settings, you are agreeing to our use of cookies.

Find out more by reading our cookie guideline.

The Cube by Electrolux is a unique dining concept celebrating 90 years of professional expertise. Almost 50% of Europe’s Michelin-starred chefs use Electrolux appliances in their restaurants and many of these great talents will be cooking there.

Touring European cities from Brussels to Milan and now London and Stockholm, this distinct structure resides on top of world-famous landmarks, offering world-class cuisine, views and ambience.

Watch the video


The Cube by Electrolux epitomises Scandinavian design. A glittering glass icon that catches the eye and, for a limited time, transforms the skyline of European cities.

Showcasing our Scandinavian design heritage, the minimalist interior marries pure white with dark wood. The semi-transparent structure offers guests, both from inside and the outdoor terrace, unique views as memorable as the gourmet cuisine being prepared for you on Electrolux appliances.

Learn more


Some of Europe’s finest chefs will cook world-class dishes made from locally sourced ingredients, right in front of you. With an intimate insight into the kitchen, this is Michelin-starred cuisine as you’ve never experienced it before.


Almost half of Europe’s Michelin-starred chefs have Electrolux appliances in their restaurants. And this is where we celebrate these top talents because we’re the only brand to make appliances for both professional and domestic kitchens.

Over 90 years of professional expertise has gone into our new Electrolux Inspiration Range – inspired by professionals, now adapted for you. And this shines through in the sleek, integrated design of the range, its innovative features and consistently great performance.

Discover the inspiration


During its short residency, The Cube by Electrolux offers a unique perspective of European cities. In 2011, it arrived on top of the Parc du Cinquantenaire, providing sweeping views of Brussels.

It graced the elegant 19th century palazza, the Piazza del Duomo, in Milan for four months this year. Now, it’s coming to London to crown the Royal Festival Hall, with panoramic views of the River Thames. And will also alight on top of Stockholm’s nineteenth-century Royal Opera House, overlooking this beautiful, Scandinavian city built on 14 islands.

See the journey

Visit The Cube