If you go to one furniture store in Stockholm, make it Nordiska Gelleriet, where the tags read like a who’s-who of contemporary Scandinavian design–with a healthy dose of modernist influences from abroad, like Charles and Ray Eames and Le Corbusier. Carl-Magnus Heigard, who laid the foundation for the company’s aesthetic (and its rise to prominence in the ’50s and ’60s), pioneered the concept of curating furniture galleries like art exhibitions, which the company still practices in its carefully considered merchandising.

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