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Mid-century chairs have been frequently deified by collectors and interior stylists, but they’re a rare presence in actual houses of worship.  That rare exception may be St. Bartholomew’s Church in the Czech Republic, which underwent a secular refurbishment of sorts in 2007. Amongst the inspired touches overseen by the Czech designers Jakub Berdych and Maxim Velcovsky was the pairing of its exquisite Baroque interior with a selection of pure white Eames and customized Panton chairs. Pretty transcendent stuff.

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