Design firm formAxiom has a nice looking little BBQ concept here. The Grillo is caveman's fire in the middle meets medieval knight's chainmail on the bottom meets Fibonacci's sequence on top. And it all folds up nice and neat like Cartman's anal probe so you can slip it into a case and sling it over your shoulder when you need to Grillo on the go.
Grillo (again, still in prototype phase) opens like a flowering umbrella and sets up ready to fire with a single movement. No assembly and no additional manual labor required. Well, unless you're chopping your own wood and using a flint to light it.
formAxiom also inserts jazz hands next to their design of the grill's stable structure and ample cooking height, neither of which compromise its low profile. Finally, Grillo's mesh fuel pouch, made of stainless steel rings, can accommodate any kind of solid fuel. Its open, breathable composition allows users to ignite a fire from the underside, and helps the heat rise quickly.