The Peak of Chic Blog posted some marvelous photos, (the best in my opinion) of the Chinese Pavilion which was featured in the May 1996 issue of World of Interiors. The Pavilion was restored to its former glory in the early 1990s, and possibly after the restoration was completed, often times publishers take photos of the completed project for their magazines. In any event, we are so thankful to Peal Of Chic for uploading these photos, as after researching the Drottningholm Palace, virtually NO photos have been taken of the inside of most of all the buildings.
Kevin Sharkey who writes on the Martha Stewart site, featured an extensive review of the book Emmanuelle Gillard and Marc Walter's Exotic Taste: Orientalist Interiors which reviews some of the architecture at the Chinese Pavilion. This book takes an in depth look at the exquisite art and architecture which include detailed carvings, elaborate textiles, bold colors, and grand architecture dominate the Eastern style of decoration. This hardbound book has 236 pages of rich, colorful photos and retails for $75. The photos show everything from entire rooms to furniture to details.
This picture was also featured in the Emmanuelle Gillard and Marc Walter's Exotic Taste: Orientalist Interiors