The Panton Chair remodeled in ArchiCAD 16

The Panton Chair, created in the 1960’s by Verner Panton, Danish designer is a symbol of 20th-century modern design. With the help of ArchiCAD 16’s MORPH Tool we can easily recreate this piece using simple modeling techniques like Tube extrusion and Box Stretching, then give the whole model a thorough smoothing to achieve the final result.

ArchiCAD 16 introduces direct modeling capabilities into the native BIM environment with its brand new MORPH™ tool.

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ArchiCAD 16 official photo:
Vennesla Library & Cultural Center
Helen & Hard, Norway – www.hha.no
Photo: © Emile Ashley

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