GIMLET stool, now monochrome.

  • Balance, harmony and discretion

The Gimlet stool consists of a swivel seat in polyurethane foam and its structure is painted steel and chrome footrest. It is suitable for equipping cafes, restaurant businesses and interior decoration with the possibility of sharing the space with the Gimlet chair from the same collection.

Due to its lines, it adapts to a multitude of spaces and styles of architecture and interior design. It is a light and comfortable stool and is available in three colors. His careful design has led him to integrate into many projects and receive recognition, such as being a finalist in the 1999 Delta ADIFAD Award.

Designed by Jorge Pensi

Argentine designer living in Barcelona, he founded Jorge Pensi Design Studio in 1987 after being part of the Berenguer Group, made up of Norberto Chaves, Oriol Pibernat and Alberto Lievore, and collaborating with the latter until 1984.

Characterized by rigorous work, his designs stand out for the timeless character and minimalism of the forms, with which he always, beyond the function, transmits emotions; in this way, his work brings beauty and poetic sensitivity. Some of his products, such as the Toledo chair (1988), are internationally recognized design icons.

Jorge Pensi is a design teacher at the Eina and Elisava schools in Barcelona.
His designs are part of the most prestigious furniture collections in various museums around the world, including the Vitra Design Museum.

In 1997 he was awarded the National Design Prize