..."Space and form are important elements in the creation of the [interior] environment", opined the Danish architect, artist and designer Verner Panton in 1969, however, he continues, "colours are even more important"... And no-one, even those with but the briefest familiarity with Verner Panton, can oversee the colour in Verner Panton's work...
Panton Chair Classic Chrome Editionby Verner Panton, 1958 — 1.709,00 €
Unfortunately this limited special edition is no longer available.
PLEASE NOTE: DUE TO THE UNPRECEDENTED DEMAND, THE SALE OF THE PANTON CHAIR CLASSIC CHROME EDITION IS LIMITED TO 1 CHAIR PER PERSON.
|Product type||Multi-purpose chair|
Dimensions in mm
|Material||Full hard foam shell made of, polished metallic
Please note: Every Panton Chrome is individually made by hand, consequently the surface can have small pores, inclusions, etc. Such are unavoidable owing to the nature of the manufacturing process and as such do not constitute a fault or ground for complaint.
|Function & properties||The brilliant mirror effect of the Panton Chair Classic Chrome Edition is created by a metallization; an effect achieved via in highly specialized manual work in which several layers of paint are applied one after the other. The fact that not only the surface of the chair is metallized, means that on the one hand it is more robust and scratch-resistant, and on the other hand more flexible and stable, so that it can easily yield to the sitter and lightly swing.|
|Care||When cleaning the Panton Chair Classic Chrome Edition always use a soft, damp cloth and a mild, household, detergent.|
|Museums||MoMA, New York|
|Certificates & Sustainability||Greenguard: Indoor Air Qualitiy Certified
Vitra conform to
ISO 90001: 2008 (Quality management systems)
ISO 14001: 2004 (Environmental management systems)
Register product and secure extended manufacturer's warranty of 10 years
|Product family||Panton Chairs
|Accessories||Suitable Seat Pad for Panton Chair and Leather Seat Pad by Parkhaus Berlin or Seat Dots by Vitra available in different colours|
How do I recognise an original Panton Chair?
The signature "Verner Panton" is engraved in the base.
More about 'Verner Panton', 'Panton Chair' in our blog
..."Verner Panton... or possibly not, for, as oft discussed in these dispatches, the popular simplification and reduction of design, the popular objectification of design, means that Verner Panton is all too often and all too easily simplified and reduced to the ageometric and the colourful...
...Or put another way, while works such as, and amongst many others, Living Tower, Amoebe Highback, Sitting Wheel, arguably also the eponymous Panton Chair, may have a very rational basis and are appropriate, meaningful, tools for daily life, they aren't the work of a rational adult creativity, but rather are the result of a kindergarten creativity... And thus, one assumes, we haven't asked, but we assume, that he demanded a higher license fee for the white version of his Panton Chair by way of compensating him for compromising, and for the publication of a version of his chair that he, presumably, didn't sit comfortably upon...
...Verner Panton had an idea... An idea that may not count amongst his better known projects, but is a project that allows one to approach a better understanding of the work and career of Verner Panton...
In centuries past traditions were something that were established slowly, often becoming such long after those who had began them, who had understood their origins, meaning and function in contemporary society, had shuffled off this mortal coil; in our...
smow Blog Design Calendar: October 24th 1969 – Opening Qu'est-ce que le design? @ Musée des Arts Décoratifs Paris
...In an attempt to approach one the Musée des Arts Décoratifs Paris asked Charles Eames, Verner Panton, Roger Tallon, Joe Colombo and Fritz Eichler, Qu'est-ce que le design?... featured not only five of the leading international designers of the period but five designers who, on paper, represented five very different understandings of design: Charles Eames, one of the leading proponents of that post-War American interpretation of functionalism; the young Italian radical Joe Colombo with his utopian visions of our domestic spaces and understandings of design as much as a branch of linguistics as 3D forming; Roger Tallon, the Grand Doyen of French design, and for all of technical design for industry; Fritz Eichler, the first Design Director at Braun, a man very much associated with technical design for consumers, and the sober reduction of Germanic gute Form; and Verner Panton with his pop tendencies, holistic compositions and understanding of the role, the near primacy, of colour in design...
It is almost certainly more by chance than design, but in the week that Verner Panton would have celebrated his 88th birthday the Vitra Design Museum Gallery opened an exhibition devoted to his inimitable Visiona 2 exhibition from 1970. Presented as part of...