Design Verner Panton, 1960 Polyurethane shell made of hard foam, glossy lacquer Made in Germany by Vitra
In the early sixties, the Danish Designer Verner Panton together with the Vitra Development Team, realised an idea which had preoccupied him for many years by producing a plastic chair from a single moulding. In 1967, the Panton Chair went into mass production, it was immediately regarded as a sensation and won many awards. One of the first chairs is exhibited in the Museum of Modern Art, New York. Today the Panton Chair belongs to the classics of modern furniture design. The "classic" version is a limited production high-gloss material version made under close supervision of the Panton Estate and the original Vitra development team.
Dimensons: 19.75" w | 23.5" d | 35.25" h | seat: 16.5" | 18" d
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