A single fluid sweep of plastic forms the iconic Panton Chair. In a variety of bold brights, at Pash Classics, we’ve faithfully reproduced the sixties design to accompany modern dining rooms everywhere.
In 1968, Danish designer Verner Panton introduced the very first single-form chair created from injection-moulded plastic. The design became an instant symbol of sixties style and over half a century later, the seat is still a covetable piece for twenty-first century homes. With a space-age aesthetic, the stacking chair is practical, playful and certainly celebrates the work of Panton who specialised in brightly coloured plastic furniture. In pops of pink and red, as well as minimal white and grey options, the chair works effortlessly in family homes, with a miniature version for your little ones too. The genius of the piece lies in the cantilever effect that perfectly balances your bodyweight so you can sit and eat in comfort.
If you’re searching for seating with futuristic flair, the S Chair really is a must-have guaranteed to enhance your kitchen or dining area in an instant.