Wire Stool | 1981 Verner Panton


Blending a minimal and functional aesthetic with a poetic approach towards design, the Wire Stool by Verner Panton is a classic reborn. Now issued by &Tradition.

A versatile and optically light piece uncovered from the archives, the Wire Stool captures the essence of Panton’s fondness for geometric shapes, repeated patterns and use of wire as a visual conduit for his creations.

Arguably the most beautiful facet of the Wire Stool is the way in which it stacks, creating a stunning, repetitive graphic pattern in multiples. The single stools fit perfectly together, leaving almost no distance in between one another. Due to the slim construction of the design, a stack of Wire Stools requires minimal space, making them easy to store, even in great numbers.

As all good stools do, the Wire Stool is not only a portable seating option, but can be used as a side table, plant stand or a practical storage solution for many different objects. A testament to its simple form and unobtrusive appearance, the Wire Stool fits practically into every environment and is useful wherever a stool might be required – both in private homes, as well as offices and public spaces. In other words: it is a must have for everyone.   

Note : The seat pads with magnetic points are a great match for comfortable seating



H47 W46 D46 cm
Stainless Steel