ASA plastic graphic seat object
The Panto Pop Chair, as the name suggests, brings Pop Art to life in a seating object. Verner Panton designed the piece of furniture in a graphic and abstract design that brings practical benefits.
In 1969, Verner Panton created a series of one-piece plastic seating furniture on the occasion of the famous Visiona 2 exhibition. Originally, the series included four differently shaped stools and armchairs. The one produced today by Verpan Panto Pop is the only piece of seating furniture still in series production from the collection at that time, which fit the times perfectly: the seating furniture was functional, playful and a bit provocative for furniture traditionalists. The clear design is still relevant today, because it proves that good design knows no epochs.
Following Verner Panton's philosophy of versatility, the Panto Pop at the same time armchair and lounger, indoor and outdoor furniture, design object and functional furniture. The Panto Pop is stackable and has water drainage in the robust and UV-resistant polypropylene body, so it also cuts a fine figure in the garden, on the terrace or balcony.