Once again I want to assign anthromorphic qualities to a chair and call it a “him”. This orange Verner Panton came to me through a local store, but it was a friend of mine that owned it. He and I seem to be on the same wave length when it comes to MCM - and somehow every purchase I make seems to have crossed his path at some point in time. We are both graphic designers, I happen to do web, UX and UI design too…but we have an appreciate for FORM. And if you look at this chair, it’s all about form. It took Verner years to perfect it, and it’s all one piece of plastic. There are more expensive laquer versions in red, black and white. Mine is orange, but it works well in my MCM fused with modern apartment. This chair went into production in 1965 and still are being made. I have it sitting next to a small industrial desk I snagged from Iowa State University. It’s smooth, curvy organic silhouette works well against industrial, MCM, modern, rugged, rustic….just about any design genre. Thanks Verner for your imagination and the ability to make it a tangible, beautiful product.