Looking every bit the big and bold 60s pop art design piece is the Dada chair by Enzo Berti.
It’s actually a fairly recent piece from the award-winning Italian designer, but taking influence from the dadaist movement, which stood as the negation of all rational and received ideas. And you get any less rational than a hand-shaped polyethylene chair for your garden (with most people probably preferring something cheap from the local DIY store).
It’s sized at 70cm (h), 65cm (w) and 80cm (d) and retails for £295.
Find out more at the Panik Design website