Grillo Portable: A Folding Stainless Steel Minimal Barbecue
By Ryan on 07/21/2015 7:08 AM
The Grillo is a portable barbecue that folds up like an umbrella to a fraction of the size which makes it simple to have for a spontaneous barbecue session wherever you are. The way it works is the Grillo uses a fire hammock which is a little stainless steel mesh net that is extremely flexible that is used for the charcoal or firewood to sit on, above the net is the grill that looks somewhat like a flower that folds up in the center, and then three legs hold the whole grill up. The Grillo is so simple to setup there is really just one step, simply expand the Grillo into shape and your ready to start grilling. Plus the way the grill was designed you can simply light the charcoal from below the mesh net so that you don't burn yourself on the ignited lighter fluid.
Created by formAxiom, and designed by Mirko Bocek, Martin Oberhauser and Alain Brideson, the Grillo is perfect for barbecues on the go and is just the right size to just keep in your trunk in case you find yourself in a park or at the beach looking to do some grilling. Plus the minimal design of the Grillo makes it much easier to clean than a standard grill.
Unfortunately the Grillo Portable is still in a concept phase that's in pre-production and is not yet for sale, but with the grill's beautiful stainless steel modern design and easy mobility you can certainly consider me a customer once it comes to fruition.