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La Vie En Rose
Caroline Mak
Serial Painting
Yves Saint Laurent - A Dialog With Art
The Whitney Biennial
Gerhard Richter
Hitting it Big in the Art World
Winston Boyer's Western Landscape
China Rocks Our World
The Streets of Old Beijing
Paintings of Light and Earth
A New Art Gallery in Beijing
New Paintings by Jerome Boutterin
Celebrating Earth Day
Exploring the Century of Light
Gerard ter Borch
China International Gallery Exposition
New Art From Beijing

Interior Design
A Visit with Orland Diaz-Azcuy
Alcantara Presents Starlite CL
Green with Envy
Hedi Slimane's Archaism Project
Paul Vincent Wiseman
In Praise of Impatiens
The Snooze Chair

San Francisco: Vertigo Series
Images of Pastoral Italy
The Colors of Southwest France
At Home in Wyoming
Insider's Guide to Istanbul
Interview with André Rau
Stage - Hedi Slimane Exhibit
Winston Boyer's Western Landscape
At Home and Abroad

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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