Panton Bachelor Chair
By Verner Panton
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Verner Panton drew the simple bachelor chair in 1955, and over time it almost became an icon.
The Panton Bachelor, with its minimalist design, is very easy to assemble/disassemble and can be easily moved if extra seating is needed. It's ideal for the living room or the basement but also the terrace and the garden since the stainless frame and UV protected canvas can be used outdoor.
Designer Verner Panton, Denmark (1955)
Material Stainless Steel Frame, Acrylic Canvas Fabric
Origin Made in Denmark
Height 74cm / 29"
Seat Height 33cm / 13"
Depth 73.5cm / 29"
Width 52cm / 20"
Verner Panton is considered one of Denmark's most influential 20th-century furniture and interior designers, not to mention one of the most avant-gardes. During his career, he created innovative and futuristic designs in a variety of materials and in vibrant, exotic colours.
Montana Furniture is a family-owned company based in Denmark and established in 1982. The company is centred around sustainability, design flexibility and quality making it a leader within storage and furniture for private homes and contemporary office spaces.
Each of the Montana products are produced in Denmark at the companies own factory using exclusively water-based lacquer colours, which neither smell nor contain solvents. Montana recently became one of the first furniture manufacturers in Europe to receive the EU Ecolabel for their production and product lifespan meaning, among other things, that the wood is sourced from sustainable sources, not produced using toxic materials and has a 10 year guarantee from defect. The EU Ecolabel includes the entire Montana System, the CO16 and the Montana Free Shelving System.
Every eight years, Montana develops a new colour palette. The furniture company’s latest, expansive palette, released in 2019, has come into being in collaboration with expert and colour-alchemist, Margrethe Odgaaard. The new scheme - which includes 42 stock colours - explores how the colours relate to one another, to our bodies, to other materials, and to their spatial surroundings.