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- Innovative design from 1960
- Made from a single piece of flowing material
- Choice of materials and colours
- Playful and Colorful like The Panton Cone Chair
Today it is instantly recognisable but the Verner Panton Chair was unlike anything that had been seen before when it was initially designed in 1960. Its fluid, ergonomic shape is moulded from a continuous piece of plastic or fibreglass, and is a world first in furniture design. Aesthetic and practical, the Panton Chair pushed boundaries and set new standards to how a chair should look and function. Its flowing form is completely aligned to the human body, offering a surprisingly high degree of comfort. The striking visuals grab attention and come in a range of colours to suit individual needs. Stackable and easy to clean, the chair is ideal for any environment from thriving family homes to stylish offices. Our fibreglass Panton Chair has a gloss finish with a surface that reflects the light and is smooth to touch. It is more durable than plastic, and is available in black, white, red, green, yellow, orange and blue. Our plastic Panton Chair has a matt finish and a textured surface. It is available in white, red, black, green and orange.
The story behind the Verner Panton Chair
Verner Panton was one of the most influential and experimental furniture designers in the 1960s and 70s. Unlike the majority of Scandinavian designers at the time, Panton was more interested in exploring new materials than making traditional wooden products. He was particularly fascinated by the opportunities that arose from the use of plastic. His Panton Chair was inspired by a desire to create a self-supporting chair, made from a single piece of plastic, that could be used anywhere. The unbroken ‘S’ curved Panton Chair was hailed as a triumph of design by critics and the public alike. In 1995, Kate Moss appeared draped over a Panton Chair on the cover of British Vogue. It has also consistently featured in the US TV series, Ugly Betty, and one of the earliest Panton Chairs is displayed at the MoMA in New York.
- Varenummer : CHA240976
- Volum : 0.3217
- Emballasje dimensjoner : 55,5 x 65,5 x 88,5 cm cm
- Materiale : Glassfiber
- Farge : Rosa
- Størrelse : Nei
- Bredde : 49 cm
- Høyde : 83 cm
- Dybde : 59 cm
- Setehøyde : 43 cm
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1926 - 1998 (Danmark)
Verner Panton var den første arkitekten som arbeidet med form og design og plast var hans viktigste og mest brukte materiale. Da han designet Panton stolen i 1960; verdens første sprøytestøpte stol, ble dette ansett som en revolusjonerende teknikk. Gjennom hele sitt livet skapte Panton nyskapende design som kombinerte materialer på ukonvensjonelle måter og var i stor grad påvirket av fargeeffekter. Verner Panton representerer design uten grenser.
Verner Panton’s visjon: å skape design ved hjelp av ukonvensjonelle teknikker.