The instantly recognisable Panton chair was designed by Verner Panton in 1967. An icon of the 1970s, Panton chairs have featured in everything from classic films to the Museum of Modern Art in New York.
One of the first chairs to experiment with the qualities of plastic and to be made from a single piece of material, the Panton chair is self-supporting and stackable, making it the ideal piece for those with limited space.
This re-edition from Vitra is made to the original design and maintains the contemporary aesthetic of Panton’s work. Elegantly gravity-defying with a fluid form, the Panton chair is revitalised in this vibrant tangerine hue and would make a statement in either a workspace or dining room setting.