Panton Chair

The Panton Chair is a design of Vemer Panton taking an S-shape and is the world’s first chair to be cut out of plastic. The Panton Chair can be used either indoors or in an outdoor environment and best suited for an individual or even groups. The chair extracts its comfort from the anthropomorphic shape combined with a cantilevered structure mixed with slightly flexible material.

The Panton Chair has an overall height of 33” (83.8 cm), seat height of 16.5” (41.9 cm), width of 19” (48.3 cm), and depth of 22.75” (57.8 cm).

Dimensioned elevation and plan drawings of the Panton Chair with height, width and depth measurements

The Panton Chair is a design of Vemer Panton taking an S-shape and is the world’s first chair to be cut out of plastic. The Panton Chair can be used either indoors or in an outdoor environment and best suited for an individual or even groups. The chair extracts its comfort from the anthropomorphic shape combined with a cantilevered structure mixed with slightly flexible material.

The Panton Chair has an overall height of 33” (83.8 cm), seat height of 16.5” (41.9 cm), width of 19” (48.3 cm), and depth of 22.75” (57.8 cm).

Details

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Height: 
33” | 83.8 cm
Width:
19” | 48.3 cm
Depth:
22.75” | 57.8 cm
Length:
Seat Height:
16.5” | 41.9 cm
:
Weight:
Materials:
Batch-dyed polypropylene
Designer:
Verner Panton
Year:
1960

Drawings include:
Panton Chair front elevation, back, side, plan

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