Cone Chair

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  • Originally designed for a Danish restaurant, the Cone Chair takes its shape from the classic geometric figure for which it is named. The cone-shaped seat is mounted at its point on a stainless steel swivel base. A semi-circular padded shell extends upward to form the back and armrests, thereby creating a very comfortable armchair.

    Material & Feature:
    • Molded fiberglass shell with highly resilient urethane foam
    • Fabric upholstery (C.O.M available)
    • Polished #304 grade stainless steel legs with matte finish
    • 360 degree swivel
    • All materials are fire-resistant & non-toxic (Baby friendly)
    Dimensions:
    • Height: 32.25" x Width: 22.5" x Depth: 24.25"
    • Seat Height: 19.25"

    * All measurements are approximations.
  • Verner Panton, born in Gamtofte, Denmark, studied at Odense Technical College before enrolling at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen as an architecture student. He worked from 1950-1952 in the architectural firm of Arne Jacobsen and founded an independent studio for architecture and design in 1955. He first attracted wider attention with the geometric forms of his furniture designs for the firm Plus-linje. In the following years Panton created numerous designs for seating furniture and lighting.

    Verner Panton's passion for bright colours and geometric patterns manifested itself in an extensive range of textile designs. By fusing the elements of a room" floor, walls, ceiling, furnishings, lighting, textiles and wall panels made of enamel or plastic" into a unified gesamtkunstwerk, Panton's interior installations have attained legendary status. The most famous examples are the 'Visiona' ship installations for the Cologne Furniture Fair (1968 and 1970), the Spiegel publishing headquarters in Hamburg (1969) and the Varna restaurant in Aarhus (1970).