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== ==Louvre_chair.JPG
==Description:==This chair is in the Louvre in Paris. In this historic art gallery filled with priceless artifacts, having a chair touch or rub against any artwork would be a catastrophe. That is why this chair has the stainless steel rods that contact the baseboard at the very bottom of the wall while the back of the chair is still a few inches away from the wall.

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Mistake-proofing category: Mistake prevention
Setting function: Physical
Regulatory function: Shutdown
Source: Developed locally

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not exactly an elegant construction, is it? why didn't they just make a chair whose hind legs protrude father to the back than the back rest?

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