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Um.

The Cube is the French Spiderman of fine dining and then some. A pair of pop-up restaurants commissioned by the Swedish appliance giant Electrolux,  they’re expected to travel across Europe, briefly perching atop famous  buildings, monuments, and cliffs; apparently, one of ‘em will even  settle down in the middle of a lake. And we thought the whole pop-up phenomenon couldn’t get any wilder…
Designed by the Italian architects Park Associati,  the Cubes will feature a laser-cut aluminum skin, a dining room for 18,  and a 538-square-foot terrace that affords stunning views of the  surroundings. The first Cube opens April 1 on the arc of the Parc du Cinquantenaire. Then it’ll move on, along with a companion Cube, to Italy, Russia, Switzerland, and Sweden.

Yeah, the above photo is a Photoshop, BUT THIS COULD/WILL BE SO COOL. I mean there are a ton of questions—how will people get on top of that mountain? where will the trash be disposed? how can the food possibly stay fresh?—but now there’s a new standard for marriage proposal. Thanks, guys! More photos when you click through.

Um.

The Cube is the French Spiderman of fine dining and then some. A pair of pop-up restaurants commissioned by the Swedish appliance giant Electrolux, they’re expected to travel across Europe, briefly perching atop famous buildings, monuments, and cliffs; apparently, one of ‘em will even settle down in the middle of a lake. And we thought the whole pop-up phenomenon couldn’t get any wilder

Designed by the Italian architects Park Associati, the Cubes will feature a laser-cut aluminum skin, a dining room for 18, and a 538-square-foot terrace that affords stunning views of the surroundings. The first Cube opens April 1 on the arc of the Parc du Cinquantenaire. Then it’ll move on, along with a companion Cube, to Italy, Russia, Switzerland, and Sweden.

Yeah, the above photo is a Photoshop, BUT THIS COULD/WILL BE SO COOL. I mean there are a ton of questions—how will people get on top of that mountain? where will the trash be disposed? how can the food possibly stay fresh?—but now there’s a new standard for marriage proposal. Thanks, guys! More photos when you click through.