Panton Wire Single
Panton Wire Single
Panton Wire Single
Panton Wire Single
Panton Wire Single
Panton Wire Single
Panton Wire Single
Panton Wire Single
Panton Wire Single
Panton Wire Single
Panton Wire Single
Panton Wire Single
Panton Wire Single
Panton Wire Single
Panton Wire Single
Panton Wire Single
Panton Wire Single
Panton Wire Single
Panton Wire Single

Panton Wire Single

£165.00
Unit price per

Brand: Montana

Designer: Verner Panton

In 1971 Verner Panton designed the iconic Panton Wire system. The Panton Wire Single module is available in the depth of 18.8 cm and depth of 34.8 cm. Panton Wire is raw yet elegant, light yet industrial in its design. The Panton Wire Single can be used individually or in combination with other products from the Panton Wire series – on the floor or hanging on the wall.

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  • 34.8cm (w) 18.8/34.8cm (d) 34.8cm (h)
  • Powder-coated steel
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Brand: Montana

Designer: Verner Panton

In 1971 Verner Panton designed the iconic Panton Wire system. The Panton Wire Single module is available in the depth of 18.8 cm and depth of 34.8 cm. Panton Wire is raw yet elegant, light yet industrial in its design. The Panton Wire Single can be used individually or in combination with other products from the Panton Wire series – on the floor or hanging on the wall.

Click here to learn more information about this item.

  • 34.8cm (w) 18.8/34.8cm (d) 34.8cm (h)
  • Powder-coated steel

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