Panton Junior (2006), a pint-sized version of Verner Panton’s cantilevered stacking chair, is identical to the full-size one in material and shape, but approximately 25% smaller. Panton toyed with the idea of creating a child-size chair back in the 1960s and drew up plans for its creation, but it wasn’t until 2006 that new plastics technologies made it possible for production. It’s crafted from a single piece of strong, flexible polypropylene that’s durable and easy to clean.
The original Panton Chair is also available at the AIA Store.
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