Sacile (PN), Italy
Francesco Costacurta, Alberto Tonini, and Juste Pavasaryte of Whynot Design present Piero, a bi-fuel oven that guarantees the transition from wood-fire to gas in an immediate way without inconvenient assembly or component removal operations.
With Piero, the decision to use the oven with gas or with fragrant wood embers can take place simultaneously, depending on how much you would like to dedicate to the cooking experience.
Piero’s design has been awarded a 2021 Good Design Award by The Chicago Athenaeum: Museum of Architecture and Design and The European Centre for Architecture Art Design and Urban Studies.
Its shape was designed to recall the traditional dome of the pizza oven, interpreting it in a new key.
Designed for a dual installation mode, with and without trolley, Piero has a design that remains elegant in both configurations.
The chromatic division of the front element allows to visually lighten the product by emphasizing the interface area where the burner knobs and the thermometer are located.
Particular attention has been given to the design of the trolley; robust and functional, it integrates 4 solid sheet metal legs with perforated surfaces that give character to the product.
The internal storage space of the trolley allows you to house both wood and pots or work tools.
Piero features an updated reassuring form, a new icon of pizza ovens.
Project: Piero- Bi-Fuel Pizza Oven
Designers: Francesco Costacurta, Alberto Tonini, and Juste Pavasaryte, Whynot Design
Manufacturer: Fontana Forni srl