Dimensions: H 73.2 cm; W 55.2 cm; D 61 cm; Seat Height 40 cm
Designed in 1971
The Pantonova Chair is most famous as the seat of choice for Bond villain Karl Stromberg in the Spy Who Loved Me; and is part of Danish designer Verner Panton’s innovative seating system developed in the 1970s. Its most distinctive feature is the bent steel frames carefully curved to create a clear representation of Scandinavian modernity.
Good condition with visible signs of wear and tear - The item has been used in a living space and shows visible signs of wear and tear. No structural damage.
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