Grill Coffee Table
Grill is a collection of innovative outdoor furniture, with a refined air and geometric spirit. Created by MUT Design for Diabla Outdoor, Grill translates the universe of Dutch painter Piet Mondrian into everyday life. This designer furniture takes its personal signature from the parallel lines of barbecue grills, giving the collection a distinctive touch. “We have achieved a product with a lot of personality that could be considered, beyond its functionality, an artistic piece,” explain Alberto Sánchez and Eduardo Villalón, founders of the Valencian studio.
The Grill low table is a light and resistant design table thanks to its structure made of thermo-lacquered and textured square section aluminum to avoid fingerprints and scratches. Its top is also made of aluminum, which gives it coherence and maintains the lightness of this original design.
Due to the technical characteristics of its manufacturing material, aluminum, the Grill low table is an ideal piece of furniture to be enjoyed outdoors, but its clean and sober design also makes it a versatile piece of furniture that fits perfectly indoors. Dare to place it in your living room to achieve original and fun atmospheres.
Combine this outdoor table with the other exclusive designs of the Grill collection such as the sofa with armrests or the Grill armchair. These designer furniture pieces share the same geometric style of clean lines that makes them adaptable to any environment.
Choose from the different colors offered in the Diabla Outdoor catalog and harmonize your Grill coffee table with the rest of your furniture. With Grillyou can create your own ambiance to enjoy with friends or to relax by the pool.
MUT Design is a Spanish design studio founded by Alberto Sánchez and Eduardo Villalón. Since its launch in 2010, the studio has been developing unconventional, timeless and artistic products for a selection of relevant firms. Their experimental approach has led them to create increasingly more recognizable products.
“Our designs are always inspired by sensations, even anecdotes, from our daily lives. Those dayto-day emotions, big and small, constitute the germ of the idea and are later transferred to the product or the final project and seek, in turn, to awaken that same feeling in the user or viewer”.