Pantonova System

Verner Panton,


The iconic and modular Pantonova System was designed by Verner Panton in 1971 and consist of three different seating modules: Linear, Concave and Convex. The concept was initially created for the now-legendary Danish restaurant, Varna: the epitome of the 70s vibe, with its lavish, experimental shapes and vibrant colours. The sculptural chairs can be used alone as an elegant touch or combined in various organic shapes like a circle, a wave or an S—the result is a stunning visual unlike anything else we've seen before. Each piece is made entirely of 5mm steel whire, and optionalk cushions are available for added comfort and customization.

The modules can be used alone as sculptural, iconic chairs – or freely combined and arranged into various organically shaped seating formations. Hence, the Pantonova design maintains iconic status, offering endless applications in contemporary contexts, from lobbies, receptions, lounge areas and retail spaces – to the private living rooms of design aficionados. The Pantonova system is also ideal as lounge furniture to create an outdoor space where the wire construction allows it to blend into the surroundings while still making its own strong design statement.

  • Modular seating system
  • Module chairs in 5mm steel wire
  • Steel wire available in chromed, powdercoated black-red, or stainless for outdoor usage
  • Cushions available in black, camel, or aubergine
  • Individual modules: Linear 21.7"w 24.4"d 28.8"h, Convex 30.4"w 22.8"d 28.8"h, Concave 31"w 22.8"d 28.8"h
  • Made in Denmark by Montana