Designed by Verner Panton in the 1960s, Panton chair is a true icon in the history of furniture design. The ambition of this ingenious designer was to create a chair moulded in one piece that was comfortable and suitable for universal use. Panton Chair was the result of several years of research in collaboration with Vitra and was first presented in 1967. Free-swinging seat technology combined with a shape adapted to the human form and soft material give this chair a high degree of comfort. Since its creation, Panton Chair has gone through several manufacturing phases linked to technical progress made in the handling of plastics. Vitra produced the latest version of the seat authorised by the designer at the end of the 90s. This polypropylene version meant it could be sold as a well-priced industrial item. The new version of this chair is available in white, red, bluish grey, chartreuse, and orange. It is also available in its original 1960 version, the Panton Classic, and in a children's version.