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In 2004, two young Swedish furniture designers, Frederik Mattson (born in Malmo in 1973) and Stefan Borselius (born in Malmo in 1974) created a chair whose structure is atypical of old Swedish furniture, where sobriety and purity dictated the lines. The designers were interested in a chair where one could relax and take a nap for a few minutes or even hours. Hence, the Snooze Chair, presented at the Museum for Decorative Arts in Stockholm. It became an instant Scandinavian design classic. The price is $2400 for the chair in black leather and $1665 in red, brown or black silk.

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