The Panton Chair is an icon of 20th century design. It is the most consistent expression of a design concept, which wants to realise an object with a flowing shape from a single material. Since its introduction in 1967, the Panton Chair by Vitra has gone through multiple production phases brought about by technological advances in the use of plastics.
At the end of the 90s, Vitra worked in collaboration with Verner Panton to produce the final authorised version of the Panton Chair. With this model, one of Panton's ultimate objectives was achieved for the first time: a plastic chair as an inexpensive industrial product.
Today’s Panton Chair by Vitra impresses with numerous features that make it special: It can hold up to 120 kg and is thus extremely secure, with a weight of just 5.5 kg.The cantilever chair is without a doubt suitable for various areas and usages, whether cafés, at home, public places, waiting rooms and many more.