The Gres stool was first designed by Miguel Milá in 1962. Its structure emerges from a game of tangent lines between its four organic frames and of those with the seat, thus securing stability and turning it almost transparent.
This updated version turns it into an essential piece and emphasises the everlasting validity of a particular design method: unconventional and uninterested in fashion trends.
Two versions: low and high. Structure made of peeled natural rattan finished with a three step coating with UV filters. Upholstered seat. The high stool incorporates a metallic footrest.