Close to the heart: Heart Cone Chair by Vitra
This design eye-catcher is not only something for fresh lovers - it owes its name to the clear heart-shaped silhouette. The Heart Cone Chair was designed by Verner Panton in the late 1950s.
The pleasantly upholstered shell and the elegant and restrained base give the design armchair a noble look that skilfully balances its expressive form.
Verner Panton – Design genious
Verner Panton, who was born in Denmark, studied at the Royal Academy of Arts in Copenhagen after attending the technical school in Odense. After graduating, he worked with the famous designer Arne Jacobsen from 1950-52 and founded his own design studio in 1955.
Like the Cone series, his other designs testify to his penchant for strong colours and geometric shapes. The Panton Chair, also clearly shows this, created in collaboration with Vitra in the 1960s.
Material and size
The body of the Cone stool is made of glass fibre reinforced, laminated plastic. The light upholstery is made of polyurethane foam. The rotating base is made of brushed stainless steel. The design armchair is 103 cm wide, 62.5 cm deep and 89 cm high. The seat height is 39.5 cm.
Tonus: 90% new wool, 10% Helenca
- Dimensions / Infos
Dimensions / Infos
SKU VITRA 40600300 Manufacturer Vitra Designer Verner Panton Herstellerartikelnummer 40600300 Delivery forwarding agent shipping Design Year 1958 Width (cm) 103 Height (cm) 89 Depth (cm) 62.5 Seating height (cm) 39.5 Material Fabric Tonus (90% V<span lang="en">irgin wool, 10% Helenca)</span>
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