Introducing FLEX – a new icon.
VERPAN revisits the Panton archives for the new multi-purpose chair – FLEX.
With only a simple hand drawing to go from, Danish design company VERPAN immediately recognized the potential in the chair and began the journey of realizing the chair from concept to reality. The result is a chair that speaks to many due to its unique nature and great value.
A true Panton
True to Panton’s heritage, the FLEX chair features exceptional ergonomic features, simple organic aesthetics and a functional and pragmatic approach to materials. The multi-purpose and stackable chair works perfect in a dining setting, home office or as a spare chair when the occasion calls for it.
For professional application, FLEX is tested and certified for contract use and ready for anything from conference, hospitality, hotel and other public spaces.
The FLEX chair is defined by its tongue-shaped seat, softly curved backrest and elegant steel sledge frame. What sets the chair apart is its outstanding ergonomics. Panton designed the characteristic shape of the seat and back to fit the contours of the human body – providing proper lumbar support and secure a healthy blood flow to the legs. In addition, the frame is designed to offer flexibility and bounce – further improving the seating experience.
The seat and backrest is made from 100% recyclable polypropylene (PP), a material known for its crisp and pleasant surface character, high rigidity, durability and scratch resident qualities. The chair sits on a powder-coated sledge steel frame. FLEX chair is available in black and slate.
A sustainable approach
The FLEX chair is manufactured using the latest production methods, and all excess residual material from the production is recycled at the production facility. The FLEX chair is assembled with standard screws, making it possible to disassemble the chair to replace parts and extend the product’s lifecycle and in the end dispose of parts in an environmentally friendly manner.
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