Panton Cone Chair

Inspired by Verner Panton
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As low as $999.00 Regular Price $1,536.00
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The Panton Cone Chair

Our affable copy of the cone chair perfectly reproduces the unique design of the original. A fun addition to your room, the cone chair you will surprise your guests and will give new life to your room, spreading a retro charm. Covered in cashmere and available in many colors, this is the chair you want in your hands.

The story behind the Panton Cone Chair

This unique little cone made its debut in 1959, after Verner Panton designed it the for his parents’ restaurant on the Danish island of Fünen. The chair was such a hit, a businessman offered to mass-produce it for Panton. The chair even caused minor controversy after police ordered the chair to be removed from a New York window display after large crowds gathered to see it. Well, guess this shows you that even furniture can make it big in history, not just people!

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  • SKU : CHA630411
  • Volume m3 : 0.3406 kg
  • Packaging Dimensions : 66 x 60 x 86 cm
  • Material : Cashmere
  • Colour : Dark Grey
  • Size : No
  • Width : 59 cm
  • Height : 83 cm
  • Depth : 59 cm
  • Seating height : 50 cm
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Verner Panton

1926-1998 (Denmark)

Verner Panton was the first architect to work with form and design using plastic as his main material. When he created the Panton chair, the world’s first single-form, injection-moulded chair, it was considered a revolutionary technique back in the 1960s. Throughout his life Panton created innovative designs that combined materials in unconventional ways and was greatly influenced by the impact of colour on his work . Verner Panton represents design without borders. Verner Panton’s vision: to create design using unconventional techniques.

"Choosing colours should not be a gamble. It should be a conscious decision. Colours have a meaning and a function."