At the prestigious international Exhibition of the “Triennale di Milano”, the innovative gas cooking technology Burnerway has been selected for the thematic exhibition that gives the title to the XXII edition, “Broken nature: Design Takes on Human Survival”, which takes place at the Palazzo dell’Arte in Milan, 1 March- 1 September 2019. Edited by Paola Antonelli (senior curator of the Department of Architecture and Design of the Museum of Modern Art in New York and founder and director of the Research and Development Department of the same museum), the Broken Nature exhibition focuses on the relationship between human being and environment, including social, cultural and natural ecosystems. Each research project, in progress or concluded by students, researchers and professors of the Politecnico di Milano, is grouped into the four sections dedicated to natural elements: water, air, fire and earth. As an innovative technology – 8 registered patents – enclosed in a burner for gas cooktops, Burnerway was born thanks to the M-Stekio project, chosen by the European Commission for its innovative scope (COSME Program, GA. N. 733513): it allows for different configurations possible of the cooktops, whose modern aesthetic design has been created in collaboration with the Politecnico di Milano. Burnerway is the first gas burner with digital native control, whose design can be developed in the distinctive “squircle” version (on show at “Triennale Milano”) that is equipped with comfortable “squircle” knobs. For a refined and elegant style, Burnerway’s design is also available in the “black” version, with circular burners, in which the height of the grids stands out, less than 50% compared to the standards in the gas market. Burnerway is part of the 3P Cooking project, which 3P Engineering is developing in the name of technological and aesthetic progress, for gas cooktops.