Grill Dining armchair
Grill is a collection of outdoor furniture whose international debut took place at the Imm Cologne 2020 international trade fair, surprising for its geometric, light and avant-garde design. “We have achieved a product that has a lot of personality and that could be considered, beyond its functionality, an artistic piece, like translating Mondrian to an object of daily use from a very free and current perspective. Grill has a very strong aesthetic point, it can hardly be considered just another bar chair to be mass-produced,” explain its creators. Alberto Sánchez and Eduardo Villalón, from MUT Design studio.
The Grill chair with armrests is an outdoor furniture with personality, but simple and timeless. Its design is inspired by the iron barbecue grills, a characteristic element of the collection that is reflected in the pure lines of its square-section thermo-lacquered and textured aluminum structure.
With an aluminum frame construction, the Grill armchair is lightweight and easy to handle, perfect for hotel terraces, restaurants and other contract spaces that need to be easily reconfigured. The strength and durability of aluminum also makes this exclusively designed chair the ideal outdoor furniture to create your own ambiance in any season of the year.
Combine your Grill armchair with other outdoor furniture from the collection. The low table or the Grill side table will be the perfect complement to create different spaces and atmospheres. The sofa with armrests and the Grill armchairs will also serve to add a touch of sophistication and charisma to your terrace or garden.
Diabla Outdoor offers you its wide range of colors so you can customize your chair with Grill armrests in the tone you like. Dare to create fun color contrasts!
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”.