Designed by Verner Panton and launched in 1969, the Panto Pop stackable chair is an iconic design piece.
March 26th, 2014
In recent years, Verpan under license has updated the Panto Pop by adding UV stabilizers to the thermoplastic mix producing a more practical version for outdoor use. The addition of the drainage hole at the base of the seat now allows water to escape more freely improving both maintenance and durability.
One of Verpan’s most recognizable pieces, the Panto Pop is stackable and available in white, yellow and red, adding a pop of colour and fun to any environment.
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