I had a sofa from Macy's that was similar to the Corona style, and although it looked good, the microfiber cover wears down fast and the cushions flattened within months to the point where the springs are squeaking. I sold it for half the price within a year of owning it and now own the black leather Karlstad sofa that was bought during an Ikea sale where they offered a 15% discount that is applied to their gift card. I think its a great sofa for under $1,000 and has a look similar to Knoll and many varieties of mid-century Swedish leather sofas. The cushions are comfortable and don't sink in while sitting on them; its almost like sitting on one of those gel inserts for shoes.
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Do a search for Agenda 21; you can find YouTube videos on the subject. This might be an aspect of that, which is basically the shuffling of populations into high-rise megacities to "re-green" the wilderness and reduce consumption of resources. Acclimating people to smaller spaces could translate to buying less stuff and a lesser chance of starting or expanding a family. And before you dismiss it outright as some kind of right-wing conspiracy theory, just consider the information.
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