Verner Panton, 1959/1999
If you buy 4 or more chairs, you will receive one seat cushion per chair for free
Add the chairs of your choice and the same number of cushions (type B) to the cart when buying online. The corresponding discount will be deducted from the purchase price at the end. If you have any questions or are unsure about the ordering process, please contact [email protected]. Available fabrics: Hopsak (11 colours), Plano (5 colours), Cosy2 (5 colours) for Soft Seats and Simmons (3 colours) for Soft Seats Outdoor. Offer valid from 23 March until 30 June 2023.
- Back, seat and base: dyed-through polypropylene, 100% recyclable. Matt finish. Suited for outdoor use.
- Note: special additives retard the fading of colours due to UV radiation. However, if the chair is exposed to sunlight for prolonged periods, the colour may change over time. We recommend limited exposure to sunlight.
The Panton Chair is a classic in the history of furniture design. Conceived by Verner Panton in 1959, the chair was developed for serial production in collaboration with Vitra (1967). It was the first all-plastic chair made in one piece with a cantilever design. Since its introduction to the market, it has advanced through several production phases. Only since 1999 has it been possible to manufacture the chair in accordance with its original conception – out of durable, dyed-through plastic with a lustrous matt finish. The comfort of this chair results from the combination of a cantilever structure with an anthropomorphic shape and a slightly flexible material. It can be used individually or in groups and is suited for indoor and outdoor environments. The Panton Chair has received numerous international design awards and is represented in the collections of many prominent museums. Due to its expressive form, it has become an icon of the twentieth century.
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.