Electrolux Cube venue gets extension

The Electrolux Cube, located atop the Royal Festival Hall, has extended its contract until 31 December.

Electrolux Cube venue gets extension
Electrolux Cube venue gets extension

The Electrolux Cube, is a touring event space which was erected in London shortly before the Queen's Jubilee earlier this year. It was sheduled to be dismantled on 30 September.  

The exhibit has previously been located on rooftops around the world, including Milan overlooking the Piazza del Duomo.

The first Cube was located on top of the Parc du Cinquantenaire in Brussels, where it stood for three months in early 2011.

An initiative developed by Electrolux, The Cube offers views of the capital and a selection of the UK’s most respected Michelin-starred chefs, handpicked from around the British Isles, running the kitchen on rotation.

The venue works as a private dining space for 18 or a drinks reception for 40. It has previously held events including the Britain For Events launch.

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