This pint-sized version of Verner Panton's cantilevered stacking chair is identical to the original in material and shape, but is approximately 25% smaller. Panton toyed with the idea of creating a child-size chair back in the 1960s, and drew up plans for its creation. Back then, production issues made the Panton Junior financially unfeasible, however the following decades brought new plastics technologies, and in 2006, Vitra introduced the Panton Junior. The chair is based on Panton's original plans, complete with the smooth curves and fun shape of the larger Panton Chair. It's crafted as a single piece of strong, flexible polypropylene with integral color that will not fade over time. Wonderfully durable and easy to clean, the Panton Junior is suitable for contract and residential use for children in pre-school and primary grades.