The Sgabellissimo Stool Requires People to Balance

 - Nov 22, 2012
References: modoloco & core77
Those looking for a good core workout without the working out part needs to get their hands on the Sgabellissimo stool. In place of the traditional four legs, it is a two-legged seat that requires a good amount of balance on the part of the sitter. A playful design, it nevertheless sports a minimal aesthetic. Made out of wood, the only other thing aside from the use of two legs that sets the Sgabellissimo stool apart is its red seat surface.

Shown as part of a group exhibition co-curated by architect Claudio Larcher, the Sgabellissimo stool is set to be manufactured by his Modoloco architecture & design studio, which is based in Milan, Italy. The Sgabellissimo stool can also be flipped over to function as a small step stool.