Pantosh bar stool by Lattoog

The original design of the Pantosh easychair was born of the fusion of two pieces of furniture: the Panton chair by Danish architect Verner Panton (created in 1968), and the Willow Chair, designed by Scottish architect Charles Rennie Mackintosh (created between 1902 - 1904).
The Pantosh was the first creation of the Viralata Series which brought forth the fusion concept to furniture design. Three years after it was officially launched, due to its great sales and media success, the Pantosh Easy Chair and Pantosh Dining Chair versions were made available.

The chair makes strong yet subtle references to the roots of Brazilian culture, expressing a true "mongrel" philosophy that highlights the elements of miscegenation and syncretism in the Brazilian people.

The name of this piece also plays with the notion of fusion: Panton+Mackintosh=Pantosh.

Handmade in Brazil. Designed by Lattoog, realised by Schuster Moveis and Designs. Wood finishes options available. Price includes local delivery within M25. International deliveries available, please contact us for a quote. 

Product dimensions : L450 D450 H850 mm

Box dimensions: L480 D560 H870 mm

Net weight: 6,8 Kg

Gross weight: 10,2 Kg

Volume: 0,23 m3

MATERIALS: Multilaminated plywood & metal (foot rest in polished stainless steel or polished brass)

FOOTREST:
WOOD FINISH:
FREIJO AGED
FREIJO BROWN
FREIJO NATURAL
FREIJO BLACK