With the warmer months just around the corner, it’s time to start cooking and eating outdoors, and the built-in barbecues from Artusi are up to the task.
September 10th, 2018
Picture weekend barbecue sessions in the sun, friends and family relaxing and enjoying drinking and dining alfresco style. As the colder months finally leave us, Artusi has designed the perfect barbecue to take centre stage this summer. The Built-In Barbecue is ideal for the home cook looking to add style and finesse to their outdoor living area.
As barbecue lovers know, cooking the perfect cut of meat and having the right equipment goes hand in hand. With this at the forefront of Artusi’s mind, the Italian appliance brand has designed a slimline gloss black barbecue that is completely built in with easy to use functions that will turn any home cook into a cooking elitist.
Manufactured in Italy, the barbecues feature four stainless steel burners, a cast-iron plate, two ribbed griddle plates and side knob controls. Made from stainless steel and then baked enamel, the built-in benchtop barbecues can slot easily into existing outdoor areas or newly furnished spaces. The built-in feature maximises space and makes the alfresco area appear as a second kitchen space.
The barbecue also has two different hoods on offer, a dome hood or a flat BBQ lid making it the ideal choice for either a conventional or contemporary outdoor space.
As integrated indoor and outdoor living is becoming a common presence in Australian design, a built in barbecue like Artusi’s will be the quintessential element to unite the space and create a second entertaining hub in the home.
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