Wolf Appliance, Inc.

Outdoor Gas Grills, 30 & 36-inch

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Awards: GOOD DESIGN
Project Description: Major Appliances

Design Team: Cesaroni Design & Wolf Engineering

This award winning new line of Outdoor Gas Grills consists of 30-inch36-inch and 42-inch cooking chambers as either Freestanding Carts or Built-In Grills. Refined aesthetics and functional elements were achieved by creating concept sketches, renderings, and models.

The freestanding carts are designed with a unibody construction making the enclosure stronger and lighter weight. This unibody design reduces the amount of material used in the product.

The carts feature fold down side shelves with a convenient tool holder on the left shelf. The fuel tank can be accessed by opening the hinged side door and pivoting the tank shelf. This feature hides the fuel tank from view to maintain the aesthetic design.

The new outdoor appliances are constructed of stainless steel crafted to achieve the fit and finish of Wolf's indoor cooking products. Product branding elements adapted from the Dual Fuel Range include the Wolf logo featured on the hood handle endcaps and uniform bullnose of the front edge.

A temperature gauge is mounted on the front-center of the hood for easy viewing. The hood is double lined for better insulation and to prevent exterior discoloration. The counter-balanced hood features a unique hood assist system for effortless opening and closing. Heavy-duty extension springs are concealed for aesthetic reasons.

The user interface design makes the new product simple for consumers to operate. The LED illuminated control knobs allow consumers to fine tune heat settings, even in the dark. Each control knob has a dedicated light making the intuitive graphics clearly visible at night.

This new outdoor appliance earned a 2010 Good Design Award from The Chicago Athenaeum. 

Wolf Appliance, Inc.

Outdoor Gas Grills, 30 & 36-inch

Awards: GOOD DESIGN
Project Description: Major Appliances

Design Team: Cesaroni Design & Wolf Engineering

This award winning new line of Outdoor Gas Grills consists of 30-inch36-inch and 42-inch cooking chambers as either Freestanding Carts or Built-In Grills. Refined aesthetics and functional elements were achieved by creating concept sketches, renderings, and models.

The freestanding carts are designed with a unibody construction making the enclosure stronger and lighter weight. This unibody design reduces the amount of material used in the product.

The carts feature fold down side shelves with a convenient tool holder on the left shelf. The fuel tank can be accessed by opening the hinged side door and pivoting the tank shelf. This feature hides the fuel tank from view to maintain the aesthetic design.

The new outdoor appliances are constructed of stainless steel crafted to achieve the fit and finish of Wolf's indoor cooking products. Product branding elements adapted from the Dual Fuel Range include the Wolf logo featured on the hood handle endcaps and uniform bullnose of the front edge.

A temperature gauge is mounted on the front-center of the hood for easy viewing. The hood is double lined for better insulation and to prevent exterior discoloration. The counter-balanced hood features a unique hood assist system for effortless opening and closing. Heavy-duty extension springs are concealed for aesthetic reasons.

The user interface design makes the new product simple for consumers to operate. The LED illuminated control knobs allow consumers to fine tune heat settings, even in the dark. Each control knob has a dedicated light making the intuitive graphics clearly visible at night.

This new outdoor appliance earned a 2010 Good Design Award from The Chicago Athenaeum.