Heart Cone Chair

Verner Panton, 1959

  • The design career of Verner Panton reached its first peak toward the end of the 1950s. With a furniture series based on simple geometric shapes, Panton anticipated elements of Pop Art, while also emulating the elegance of Scandinavian Modernism in the execution of the bases.

    The most famous designs from this series are the Cone Chair and the Heart Cone Chair. The Heart Cone Chair takes its name from its heart-shaped silhouette. The extended wings of the backrest are reminiscent of Mickey Mouse ears, but can also be interpreted as a contemporary development of the classic wingback chair.

  • Tonus

    45 golden yellow

    41 rust

    03 red

    21 green

    46 matt blue

    43 truffle

    42 chocolate

    01 black


    stainless steel brushed

    Body: GRP (glass fibre reinforced plastic laminate).
    Upholstery: polyurethane foam.
    Base: stainless steel cruciform base, satin finish.
    Glides: plastic.

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Verner Panton was an influential figure in the development of design during the 1960s and ’70s. After moving to Switzerland in the early 1960s, the Danish designer became known for his inventive, novel ideas for furnishings, lighting and textiles. The masterful use of colour was a hallmark of his work.
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