In the early sixties, the Danish designer, Verner Panton, together with the Vitra Development Team, realized 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 and immediately won many awards.
One of the first chairs is exhibited in the Museum of Modern Art in New York. Today the Panton Chair belongs to the classics of modern furniture design.
The last version of this chair authorized by Verner Panton was produced in collaboration with the designer at the end of the 1990s.
This chair will endure equally as well with a bevy of children putting it to the test on a daily basis...and look amazing all the while!
made of polypropylene, dyed through, matte surface
measures 32.75h x 19.75w x 24d inches