Some products look like they were meant for a Bond villain. The Pantonova Chair was actually used by one. Created by Verner Panton in 1971 and appearing underneath Karl Stromberg in 1977's The Spy Who Loved Me, it's a design icon. Made from steel wire, it comes in concave, convex, and linear styles, all of which work well on their own, but can be combined to create long, curving sections of seating. Danish firm Montana is bringing the chair back into production and will begin offering it later this year.