The word “Perigallo” is taken from a local Spanish dialect. It is used to describe a three legged ladder used to harvest local fruit. Domínguez, García & Ibáñez borrowed this traditional idea and have given it a new use. Sancal’s Perigallo is a stool that can be folded away when not in use, making it ideal for hosts who suddenly find that they need more seating.

The structure is ash and can be stained in any of the following colours: klein, silk grey, mango, malachite, anthracite or a natural matt finish.

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