Verner Panton – Official
Series K (Kraemmerhusstole), Cone Chairs, consists of tables and seating
The first Cone Chair with red fabric upholstery was designed for the Kom-Igen restaurant and produced as a small series.
The chair consists of a cone-shaped metal frame which rotates at its base on a cross-shaped metal foot. The back of the cone and the cushion which is fitted into its opening are upholstered in cloth.
With this chair Panton turned convention on its head by inverting the cone, creating an effect which was both futuristic and novel.
structure made of thin steel sheeting (except for Model K2), foot made of steel with white, angular or round runners (in the case of Nehl the runners are black), foot can also be anchored to the floor, upholstery with foam rubber
chintz or wool material in various colours
Plus-linje, DK.Gebr.Nehl, D (Licence since 1967)