I'd enjoy that. I, too like Danish Modern although I have very little
of it since only certain pieces have compatibility with my mostly Asian
furniture and woods. At least, post your "steal". Maybe the dealer just
wanted to cut you a break, maybe no one had been interested in the style
for a while.
I like to visit the SCAN store in Falls Church, Virginia which has
remained fairly true to its roots, only without some of the nice Finnish
pieces they used to carry, the favorite of which was, for me, an indoor
picnic table in teak slabs, beuatifully finished and polished with
I mean with headgear, or in a pod of some kind, but there's no reason it
couldn't be seen on a monitor. I just think the experience would be more
lifelike the other way, where you could choose where you go and look up or
down at will or peek around the corner. Have you ever done one of those
flight simulator things in the mall? They strap you in a sling and put you
in front of a screen, where you are able to fly anywhere in the
"environment" you want. You grab the handles and go. It's pretty effective
and tons of fun. You can fly along with other airmobiles between
skyscrapers, scoop down into the caverns beneath the city or in another mode
across the Grand Canyon into the sky.
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