The only grill to be inducted into MoMA’s (Museum of Modern Art) Design Store, the UNA is portable and pretty nifty. With a body made from two powder-coated sheets of stainless steel that cleverly fit into each other, the UNA Grill turns from a closed form to a grill in just seconds as the lid pops off the top and becomes the base for the grill. Its small size and easy-to-use design makes it perfect for grilling in outdoor spaces, and a leather leash makes it as easy to carry around with you as you would a thermos. Its tiny design makes it perfect for small groups, and the stand it comes with allows it to be operated on a table-top without the heat affecting the surface in any way. The grill surface on the inside is dual-sided, allowing you to roast food on the flat surface, or flip it over and rest skewers on the notched surface. With an entirely sheet steel body, the UNA weighs a mere 8.2 lbs and is dish-washer friendly… and when done, fits right into a storage cabinet in your kitchen, waiting to be used on another beautiful morning outdoors!
Designers: John Spaven, Jeroen Verbrugge, Willemijn Verduijn & Amir Soubra.