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Today the Wall Street Journal runs a profile on the extremely nerdy design subject of chairs in museums. At Munich's Brandhorst Museum, for example, a reading room is bedecked with curvaceous blue chairs from architecture firm Sauerbruch Hutton, which aim "to catch the intimacy of a private residence in a public institution." All that intimacy don't come cheap: come September, they'll be sold at retailer M2L for $3,024 each. [WSJ]