Due to advances is plastic technology, Verner Panton’s legendary Panton Chair has endured oodles of production phases since it was first introduced in the ’60s. The most recent version, produced in 1999, is made of injection-molded plastic, making the seat recyclable and more affordable—a fundamental objective of Panton’s initial design.
Seat height: 16.25”. Suitable for outdoor use. Although special additives to its material slow down the fading process of ultraviolet rays, leaving the stool exposed to sun for long periods of time can result in discoloration.