The A Series accessible cabinet is part of the Permanent Design Collection of The Chicago Athenaeum: Museum of Architecture and Design.
The sleek, sculptural form is manufactured entirely from 90% recycled, corrosion-resistant, 4622-grade stainless steel. Meeting all Disability Discrimination Act (DDA) guidelines, the cooktop is positioned where seated users of all abilities can easily use it.
The A Series' all stainless-steel construction aims for complete corrosion resistance and ease of maintenance. The seamless finish shows no visible fixings, while the robust engineering aims for ultimate durability.
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Christie manufactures the original Australian barbecue designed explicitly for cooking in shared public spaces. Their fixed electric grills offer a safe, sustainable alternative to open fires and disposable barbecue options.
The experience of cooking and sharing food brings communities together and promotes healthy outdoor living. Since 1965, more than 50,000 of Christie's durable, energy-efficient grills have been installed worldwide in parks and urban environments.
Local Authorities, specifiers, developers, holiday parks and resorts across Europe are embracing the iconic Australian communal barbecue's simple, proven, and environmentally friendly concept.