This collectible set of five miniatures painstakingly replicates the Panton Chair, which is featured in MoMA's collection. This iconic, Pop art-inspired piece is regarded today as one of the classics of modern furniture design. It was the first chair in design history to have no back legs and be molded in one piece entirely out of plastic. It took nearly 12 years to develop. Developed by the Vitra Design Museum in Germany, the chairs are crafted in their original material and packed in a wooden shipping crate with a descriptive brochure. Reproduced here at a scale of 1:6.