Grill High stool
Grill is a collection of functional and elegant outdoor furniture, exclusive designs for Diabla Outdoor with which Alberto Sánchez and Eduardo Villalón, from the MUT Design studio, evoke the universe of the Dutch painter Piet Mondrian. The Grill furniture is inspired by the vertical arrangement of the bars of a barbecue grill as a characteristic motif that defines the entire collection, reinterpreted from geometry and simplicity.
The Grill high stool is a piece of furniture with a clean and light design thanks to its structure made of curved square section aluminum, thermo-lacquered and textured to avoid scratches and fingerprints. The color possibilities of its finishes and its modern and simple lines make it a versatile piece of furniture with great visual strength that fits perfectly in any environment, whether it is a country house with a rustic touch or a contemporary style space.
The furniture in the Grill collection is versatile and works very well on its own, but you can multiply the possibilities if you combine it with other furniture in the collection. The Bar Grill table is the perfect complement to this design stool, together they will help you create sophisticated and elegant environments.
The minimalist geometric shapes of the Grill high stool are ideal for furnishing the most heterogeneous spaces, from the intimacy of your living room to poolside relaxation areas. Due to its design, this exclusive stool breaks the limits between the exterior and the interior and can give an avant-garde touch to any space.
Enjoy the wide range of shades that Diabla Outdoor offers you to create personalized environments in your garden or terrace. Choose cheerful and powerful colors for fun environments or calmer tones to create spaces where you can relax or enjoy the company of friends.
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”.