Seki is a stool designed as part of the first exercise of the SERIAL platform, formed by Guillermo Flores, Pedro Arturo Ruiz, Gerardo Osio, Pablo Alvarado, Roberto González and Ulises Esquivel.

"SERIAL is not about the products, it's about the process of designing and manufacturing beautiful objects that connect with people emotionally, through an innovative platform that follows contemporary manufacturing and consumption trends and how these objects reach customers in different places of the world. world, a kind of globalized local production. "

The Seki stool (seki = seat) takes its aesthetic language from the simplicity of Japan and its high-quality craftsmanship. It proposes to be a non-protagonist object that creates an emotional connection when used.

The break on the surface is an unexpected feature in a stool generating curiosity. The angled surface is born in a straight surface that bends at the pressure point of the seated, this tempts to draw the body's silhouette which creates the feeling of surprise as well as making you feel the comfort and sit in a straight position.

The contrast between the angles and the rounded edges invites to feel and touch.