1960s Verner Panton Panto Pop armchair reissued by VerPan
Last week we featured a 'lost' but reissued design from Verner Panton in the form of the Cloverleaf modular sofa. It wasn't alone. Another forgotten Panton design is also back on the market - the Verner Panton Panto Pop armchair, which has been reissued by VerPan.
This is the more affordable reissue, but every bit as cool. The '60s-designed Panto was originally shown off at the Visiona 2 Cologne Furniture Fair at the start of the next decade (1970), with only a few examples of the Panto Pop produced. That's given those originals both an exclusivity and a hefty price tag. Less so now, we suspect.
This space age chair is back in a choice of red, yellow or white, made of a 'plastic material' and good for both inside and outside use. They also stack, if you want more than one in your home. But if you just want the single chair, a Panto Pop armchair retails for £136.
Find out more at the Made in Design website