The concepts seat and buttock are closely related, but there is no doubt that the buttocks came first. Cool was designed in a bid to design a seat that evokes the solid relationship between both concepts. It is extremely comfortable and stands out for its artistic-functional symbiosis. Made from rotomoulded plastic, it is available in black and white.
The idea of the buttock as a seat took shape by initially treating it as an artistic work. Then, on considering that art can be useful too, the possibility of actually mass-producing the seat for marketing was considered.
The authors got down to work and in ABR they found an editor with a mix of courage and humour to market a seat that appears to be a spitting image of the buttocks of David himself. Almost ten years later, it was included in the historical Escofet catalogue and has now embarked on a new adventure after being renamed Cool.
Made from rotomoulded LDPE stabilised in the presence of UV radiation. Weighting only 6 kg, it is available in black and white. For indoor and outdoor use, it simply rests on the paving. The threaded inspection cover in the support area allows the stool to be ballasted with water or sand if this is necessary due to the conditions of use.