The Yalta chair by Maxim Scherbakov is an ironic paraphrase for the luxurious resorts of the Soviet Union. Yalta in Soviet times was a symbol of resort life for all Soviet residents. Many dreamed of spending a vacation in Yalta on a trip. Yalta chair was created under the impression of the time when the stay in the sanatorium was in weight of gold. Stylistically, the chair refers to the aesthetics of romantic brutalism and the extraordinary constructions of the Yalta coast.