Series 430
chair, stool, bar stool


design Verner Panton, 1967


The Series 430, designed by Verner Panton in 1967 includes two tables, a chair, a bar chair and a stool. It combines practicality and comfort: its tubular metal structure allows it to stack very easily; its very enveloping back and its wide seat ensure excellent comfort.

Chair W54 x D51,5 x H82 cm, seat height 47 cm Stool Ø46 x H47 cm
Bar stool W54 x D51,5 x H100 or 110 cm – seat height 65 or 75 cm

Frame brass, stainless steel or painted metal in black (RAL 9011), white (RAL 9016) or Burgundy (RAL 3005)
Upholstery fabric or leather

Chair Serie 430
(min 2 pcs)
from 589 €

Bar stool Serie 430
(min 2 pcs)
from 822 €

Stool Serie 430
(min 2 pcs)
from 399 €

free samples
(against deposit)
95 €

price group 1 Messenger
price group 2 Melange Nap
price group 3 Hallingdal, Tonus, Steelcut Trio
price group 4 Harald
price group 5 Vidar, Divina, Divina MD, Divina Melange, Steelcut
price group 6 Karakorum, Twist Again, Atlas
price group 7 Waterbom
price group 8 Pilot
price group 9 Byram

leather price group 1 Camo Sierra
leather price group 2 Sørensen Ultra
leather price group 3 Sørensen Dunes

Harald 182 blue grey

Harald 982 dark green

Hallingdall 180 dark grey

Hallingdall 227 brown

Harald 443

Harald 242

Harald 543

Harald 182

Harald 552

Harald 582

Harald 242

Harald 772

Frames: black (+ Dedar Twist Again T19023/004), white (+ Dedar Twist Again T19023/001), stainless steel (+ Dedar Atlas 02)

Burgundy frame

Brass frame

Vidéo

Verner Panton

Verner Panton (1926-1998) was an inspirational and colourful personality. A unique person with a special sense of colours, shapes, light function and room.

Verner Panton studied at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen before going on to work at Arne Jacobsen’s architectural practice. He set up his own design studio in 1955.

Over the course of his career, Verner Panton introduced a series of modern lamps and furniture with personalities unlike any of his Scandinavian contemporaries. With a remarkable faith in the unlimited possibilities of the form, he worked successfully to create a new set of theories about how lighting and furniture should work and how they should influence its surrounding.