In 2007, Dutch designer Jan Willem Marijnissen, wondered why the host of a grill party always had to turn his back on his guests while preparing their food. He figured it would be much more social to have a grill where friends and family could gather around. The first basic idea of oneQ arose: a cooking island with different kitchen features on every corner. He created oneQ as a result of a personal passion for cooking and the ambition to add something to the existing outdoor market.
While new insights occurred, the original island got divided into separate linkable modules to create more flexibility. The minimal basis of the current oneQ system -the Leg- was born, making countless different set ups possible.
The minimal design of the oneQ Legs and the smartway they could be connected to each other, appealed topeople. Marijnissen was challenged to further develop oneQwith the highest standard in mind and to continue on thepath he had entered. Through its flexible design, oneQ caters to anyones needs.