This piece is part of the AAVVGG Archive and not currently part of the collection.
In 1971, Verner Panton designed the modular wire Pantonova seating system for the now-legendary Danish restaurant, Varna: the epitome of the 70s vibe, with its lavish, experimental shapes and vibrant colours. The Pantonova sofa gained further notoriety as the seat of choice of evil shipping tycoon Karl Stromberg in the 1977 James Bond movie, The Spy Who Loved Me.
Verner Panton was an avid creator and innovator of modular, iconic furniture that merged with its spatial context, transcending the category of furniture.
The Pantonova pieces - Linear, Convex, Concave - can each be used on their own or combined in an infinite number of combinations to suit any space such as a lobby, a cafe, break-out area, hallway or backyard.
The organic and geometrical shapes and the ethereal aesthetics of the Pantonova seating system makes it a perfect for outdoor seating situations.
Pantonova for outdoor use in stainless steel. The surface is electrically polished which is matte grey – and not glossy as the chrome surface we know for Panton wire furniture.
Designer Verner Panton, Denmark (1971)
Material Chrome-plated steel or Stainless steel
Seat Back Height 73.2cm
Seat Height 40cm
Front Width 55.2cm
Back Width 78.6cm
Origin Made in Denmark
Notes Max weight 110kg. Assembly fittings also come in stainless steel for that version version.