- Volume m3 : 0.3406
- Width : 59 cm
- Designers :Verner Panton
- Height : 82 cm
- Depth : 62.5 cm
- The perfect companion to the Verner Panton Cone Chair
- One of the most striking pieces produced by the designer
- Stong metal base that frames the design
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Created to accompany the Cone Chair, Verner Panton's conical stool has the bold geometry and high-quality cashmere upholstery of any stand alone piece. The subtle detailing on the upholstery and bold range of colours embodies the major contributions Panton made to Danish design as it entered the 1960s. Whilst the care and formal attention lavished on the piece reflects Panton’s relentless eye for detail and firm belief that even the most mundane of objects should be beautiful and effective. Experimental in form and production, but energised by Panton’s bold and engaging use of colour, it could be appreciated alone in any sitting room or matched with any number of stylish chairs.
THE STORY BEHIND THE VERNER PANTON CONE STOOL
Graduating from the Royal Danish Academy of Art like many of the great figures of Danish mid-century design, Verner Panton embraced Denmarks’s late industrialisation and the task of designing furniture to match rapid social and cultural change. The Cone Chair may have been designed to compliment an upmarket Danish restaurant, but it is the stool that remains particularly fascinating, mainly due to its precise and uninterrupted formation. Our VOGA.com version offers a glimpse of just how unusual Danish design could be.
ABOUT THE DESIGNER
Verner Panton was the first architect to work with form and design using plastic as his main material. When he created the Panton chair, the world’s first single-form, injection-moulded chair, it was considered a revolutionary technique back in the 1960s. Throughout his life Panton created innovative designs that combined materials in unconventional ways and was greatly influenced by the impact of colour on his work . Verner Panton represents design without borders. Verner Panton’s vision: to create design using unconventional techniques.
"Choosing colours should not be a gamble. It should be a conscious decision. Colours have a meaning and a function."