Panton One Four designer chairs for every occasion

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The Panton One classic by Verner Panton – chairs for every occasion.

Verner Panton created the Panton One chair as his very first chair design in 1955. Panton One and the three other chairs in the series: Lounge, Bar and Kitchen comes in a stainless-steel frame – polished chrome or lacquered in 4 colours. The cords are available in 8 colours and you can freely combine cord and frame to suit your home.

Panton One, Panton One Bar and Panton One Kitchen are also available with FSC®-certified paper string, which is made from paper from sustainable forests.

Designer:  Verner Panton

About the series

The Panton One series includes four chairs – Panton One Dining, Panton One Kitchen, Panton One Lounge and Panton One Bar, each designed for different purposes. The chairs are available with frames in stainless steel, polished chrome or lacquered in the colours Beige, Silk Grey, Black Red and Black. 

The seats of the Panton One chairs are hand-woven using polyurethane cord on a core of nylon, available in the colours Duke, Holmes, Clark, Vincent, Carmen, Marylinn, Marcel, Scarlett or in FSC® certified paper weave in Paper Nature and Paper Black. The surface texture of the cord may vary. The cords are made of polyurethane but may become discoloured after prolonged exposure to direct sunlight.

With a stainless steel frame and polyurethane cords, the chairs can be used indoors and out. Lacquered frame, chrome frame and paper weave are not suitable for outdoor use. The chairs have plastic gliding feet. Felt pads are also supplied. 

For more information about Panton One products or if you need guidance in the different possibilities, you can find help at your nearest Montana retailer.

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Verner Panton – created new shapes and challenged the entire colour universe

Verner Panton is considered one of Denmark's most influential 20th-century furniture and interior designers, not to mention one of the most avant-gardes. During his career, he created innovative and futuristic designs in a variety of materials and in vibrant, exotic colours.

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