The cantilever chairs are still highly modern today. The Dane Verner Panton occupied himself for many years with attempts to produce a plastic chair in one casting. Together with Vitra, the first prototypes were created in the 1960s, and from 1967 the Vitra company succeeded in producing the Panton Chair in series. The original by Verner Panton is available under the name Panton Chair Classic in the pro office store. The comfortable chair was awarded with many prizes and is exhibited in the New York Museum of Modern Art. Furthermore, you can find the Vitra Panton Chair, the Vitra Panton Junior and the Vitra Miniature Panton Set of 5 in your pro office store.
The Vitra Panton Chair: colorful, shapely and resilient
The Vitra Panton Chair (86 cm, 44 cm seat height) has been adjusted in height to accommodate people's growth in length. The chairs are made of polypropylene and are extremely durable, which makes them ideal for outdoor use. The comfortable seat and the concise shape of the Vitra Panton Chair score points in private and public areas, such as cafes and restaurants. The material of the furniture made of solid plastic is 100% recyclable and has multiple certifications. The color palette of black, red and white has also been expanded, the Vitra Panton Chair is also available in soft mint, bordeaux, classic red, glacier blue and pale rosé.
The Vitra Panton Junior: art in the children's room
For the "little ones" there is the Vitra Panton Junior. Children love the Panton Chair because of its cheerful color and gentle curves. The realization of the children's chair in Panton design took over 35 years. The proportions are unchanged; the chair and seat height are about a quarter less than the chair for adults.
The Vitra Miniature Panton 5-piece set: for enthusiasts and professionals.
For enthusiasts, the Panton Chair is also available as a miniature in a set of 5. The Miniatures Collection by Vitra includes the classics the modern classics "en miniature". The construction, the material and the color correspond to the original from the collection of the Vitra Design Museum. Due to the faithful reproduction in the height of 14 centimeters, the miniatures are valuable collector's items and ideal illustrative material for universities and design schools.
Verner Panton: architect and designer
Verner Panton (1926-1998) was active as an architect and designer. He brought the art movement Pop Art with its striking colors into the world of furniture and developed chairs, lamps, textiles and room installations. His products have cult status. Panton is considered one of the most influential designers and interior designers of the last century. Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version)