Verner Panton Pantonova seating system
Designer: Verner Panton
Director: Lewis Gilbert
Designed by the celebrated Danish designer Vernon Panton in 1971, the Pantonova Chair system can be seen in the James Bond movie The Spy Who Loved Me (1977).
The Pantonova Chair System consists of three different seating modules: Linear, Concave and Convex. The sculptural chairs can be used alone as an elegant touch or combined in various organic shapes like a circle, a wave or an S. All modules come in steel which is processed and either chromed or powder coated in the colour Black Red. The Pantonova System is also available in an Outdoor version in electronic polished stainless steel. For the series you can buy additional cushions in leather, velvet or fabric.
The chrome Pantonova system was the choice of Bond villain Karl Stromberg (played by Curt Jurgens). You will find the chairs in Stromberg’s ocean lair Atlantis where they are featured with brown cushions.
The filmsets of The Spy Who Loved Me were designed by Ken Adam.
This chair system was rereleased by Montana in 2019 and is available through our interior design service: Email us with your location at [email protected]