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MONTANA Panton Wire Cube - White with Light Grey Top - CLEARANCE Fifteen Percent Discount

Regular price $335.79 SGD
Regular price $395.00 SGD Sale price $335.79 SGD
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THIS IS AN EX-DISPLAY ITEM - SOLD FROM SHOWROOM DISPLAY

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Panton Wire Single module
Depth 34.8 cm, 38
Colour: Snow

Design By: Verner Panton

Montana Furniture’s Panton Wire module is part of a modular shelving system created by the legendary Danish designer Verner Panton in 1971. The shelving system is characterized by simple, flowing forms and versatile adaptability. The Panton Wire modules are made from bent steel wire and available in a range of colours and sizes.

The Panton Wire system allows you to create a customizable storage solution to any room of the house. You can arrange the modules, shelves and panels into a free-standing bookshelf, mount them on the wall as a nightstand or kitchen shelf, or compose them into a room divider. The outcome is – typically for Verner Panton’s designs – industrial, elegant and airy at the same time. The Montana products have been manufactured in Denmark at the company’s own factory.

Width: 34.8 cm
Depth: 34.8 cm
Height: 34.8 cm
Material: Powder lacquered 5 mm steel wire
Maximum load capacity: 10 kg
Measurement details: Maximum load capacity
40 kg when standing on the floor
10 kg when mounted on the wall

*This product is being sold at a special price as it has been on display in our showroom. The product may have small defects.
*All sale and clearance items are non-returnable, non-refundable and non-exchangeable. Warranty is not applicable.
*Complimentary delivery is not available for clearance items.
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