Designer Tokujin Yoshioka
The first Panna Chairs were shown at the 2007 Furniture Fair, and now Moroso presents the final version. Wellbeing and comfort were the sources of inspiration for its design.
Panna Chair springs to life when someone sits on it, adapting its shape to that of the person. It is soft and embracing. Its lines are graceful, sinuous. It is the essence of research, elegant design and experimentation.
Panna Chair is made of polyurethane foam over a metal frame. In keeping with his study of materials, Tokujin chose fabric as the chair's value-driven component. A fabric designed to be highly practical and functional is revisited and reinterpreted for its inherent poetry. Upholstery designed like a dress to be slipped on and pulled down over the body.
The name, material, stitching, gathering, softness, thickness and colour are messages which convey the soul and function of this chair and the feeling of fulfilment it gives you.
PANNA CHAIR covers are not removable.
Injected flame-retardant polyurethane foam over internal steel frame.
Polypropylene feet, screwed to the frame.