|Name:||Easy Chair 11271|
|Year:||Design 1965, produced around 1965|
|Measurements:||W 64,5 cm D 60,0 cm H 60,0 cm SH 36,0 cm|
|Material:||Beech wood partly glued, bent under steam and varnished.|
|Condition:||very good original condition|
|Specific Characteristics:||Innovative material combination of silk-lacquered curved wood and aluminum connecting elements|
|about this Item:||
In the mid-1960s, Verner Panton designed this chair for Thonet. Formally extremely reduced, characterized by geometric forms, the design impresses with its simple elegance. Only the curved wood in the silk-matt-red surface emphasizes the appealing shape. No other decorative elements were used.
This type of furniture was only produced for a short time and is rarely found today. Emphasis must be placed on the particularly good condition in which the furniture is presented. It could find its way into a collection or is just as suitable for daily use.
From this furniture we also have a set in black.