ID#: 9125
This was one of six images (PHIL 9125–9130) depicting an Allegro® Cookware pot, by Mirro®. Its design was a radical departure from traditional cooking utensils. The square shape, unique lid, and lightweight materials, offered many ergonomic advantages. All the pots, pans and skillets were circular on their bottoms, but were gradually squared toward their tops. This cookware design made the most efficient use of standard round heat sources, while at the same time offered greater cubic volume than a circular pot of the same height. Two of the corners created natural pouring spouts, a design consideration that was implemented in response to complaints, common with more traditional round cookware. Handles located on the alternate two corners of the pot, aligned and interlocked with the lid handles providing safe and balanced handling.
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Content Provider(s): CDC/ Richard Duncan, MRP, Sr. Proj. Mngr, North Carolina State University, The Center for Universal Design (CUD)
Creation Date: 1998
Photo Credit: Metaphase Design Group; Mirro; Universal Design Exemplars, the Center for Universal Design.
Links: North Carolina State University - The Center for Universal Design
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Copyright Restrictions: None - This image is in the public domain and thus free of any copyright restrictions.