Bond Villain’s Choice
Pantonova Chair designed by Verner Panton

First launched in 1971, but made famous by its appearance in the 1977 Bond movie The Spy Who Loved Me as Karl Stromberg’s seat of choice, the Pantonova seating system was created by late Danish furniture and interior designer Verner Panton. Danish manufacturer Montana is relaunching Pantonova chair among other furniture pieces created by Panton.

Made from bent steel wire, the Pantonova seating system comprises three modular pieces in  concave, convex, and linear styles. Each style can be purchased and used alone as a chair. Combined, these pieces be freely arranged into sofas in various forms, such as a circle, a half-circle, a wave, or an S-shape. Buyers can select the original chromed wires or the Black Red powder-lacquered version, while the cushions can be covered in leather, velvet or Kvadrat in numerous colours. The revival of the Pantonova seating system is accompanied by other iconic Panton designs including Panton One chair, Panton Wire table/shelf, Panton Table and more.