Fuego has reinvented the grill as a piece of modern outdoor furniture straightforward enough for the casual entertainer with a versatility to satisfy even the most serious grilling enthusiast. It doesn’t force buyers to choose between gas, charcoal or infrared—it can swap between all three. Among its elegant storage solutions is a modular accessory grid for spice racks, shelves, a paper towel holder, trays and a champagne bucket. To reinforce the notion that barbecuing is a social activity as well, the lid recesses so nothing stands between the cook and the guests. This allows the grill to become the social centerpiece, much like an island in the kitchen—open on all sides where all can gather around. A mixed palette of stainless steel, cast iron, slate and teak fuel Fuego’s architecturally driven, striking form that will harmonize with any modern home.
“Finally we have a product that looks fantastic while embracing the way we socialize and interact around our outdoor grills. The design evokes the fun and excitement of backyard, deck, and patio recreation and dining.”
Robin Edman, CEO, Swedish Industrial Design Foundation
Contact: Robert Brunner
Credit: Pentagram Design and Fuego
Client:Fuego North America