Architect Eero Saarinen designed this iconic piece in 1948 when Florence Knoll asked for "a chair that was like a basket full of pillows - something she could really curl up in." The chair is unequivocally comfy and still in production today.
She opened the door to the guest bedroom. "You can sleep here tonight," she told him. He walked to the foot of the bed, touching the down comforter, the crisp sheets, thinking of his time as a political prisoner. "It's been three years since I've slept