Western modernism, both in architecture and other designs, has always maintained a patterned way of expression from a distance. It expresses its permanence and universal adaptability by beautifying the graphic and objective entities. In 1997, Professor Yrjo Kukkapuro was invited to design a chair for the revamped Helsinki Museum of Applied Arts, and the tattooed chair came out. In addition to its very simple structure, it also has a striking visual effect.
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