“The Art Deco architecture acts like a piece of art, so we allowed it to take the place of art,” says designer Nancy Duffey, who treated the entrance hall to clean-lined pieces, such as a round table from B.D. Jeffries, an Eve and Staron rug from and a Holland & Company chair.
St. Gallen, Stiftsbibliothek, Cod. Sang. 1311, f.14. The travel diary of Alsatian world traveler Georg Franz Müller. 1669-1682. Müller was employed by the East India-Holland Company between 1669 and 1682 as a soldier in the Indonesian archipelago. In the Reisebuch he sketched people, animals and plants that he encountered during his voyage (via South Africa) to Indonesia and his travels in Indonesia. He also composed simple, sometimes rough verses, about all these people, animals and plants