art deco

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a style of design that was popular in the 1920s and 1930s

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It was understandable that he should doubt the credentials of the stunning Art Deco buildings that make the New Zealand city of Napier famous.
He will work on the 360sq ft Art Deco stained glass ceiling in the ballroom, one of the main features of the modernist pavilion, at his studio in Llanfairpwll.
Located upstairs will be a beautifully restored Art Deco theater with catering kitchen, rooftop sundeck and lounge, and meticulously restored rooms dedicated exclusively for use as poker room, reading gallery and billiards hall.
Although the term 'art deco' is often used fairly liberally as a catch-all for a variety of styles in a number of countries around 1910 to 1940, art deco furniture was 'quintessentially French', says Mr Garner.
SWIMMING instructor Chris Damms and his wife Julie live in a converted Art Deco apartment in the centre of Sheffield.
It is the Observation Bar, a dark, cozy art deco lounge in the bow that also has harbor-view windows (as well as seating outside).
The range is enormous and this column could not possibly cover the huge amount of items out there, from inlaid furniture and lacquered screens, down to the cheap tin cigarette cases and powder compacts, pressed glass dressing table sets from the mid-1930s (on sale at my local junk shop this week for pounds 10), down to Art Deco scarves and handkerchiefs.
Paul Kershaw, who led Burlington's woven rug operation since its founding in 1998, has also moved to Carpet Art Deco, where he will serve as executive vice president of sales and marketing.
Main foyer is heroically scaled to evoke Art Deco glamour.
Kevin Cowle, of SSL, said: "Poirot is set in the 1930s but the company have already used most of the art deco homes they have in England and they want to find somewhere new.
Art Deco is an influential visual arts design style which first appeared in France after World War I, flourishing internationally in the 1930s and 1940s before its popularity waned after World War II.
Both contemporary and classic jewelry abounds at Diamond Mansion, and the Art Deco inspired pieces are a particular favorite among vintage aficionados
Inside there are touches like art deco head rest embroidery, bespoke inlays on piano black veneer and tread plates sporting an art deco motif.
I've always found inspiration from the Art Nouveau and Art Deco periods.
The Art Deco period began in the mid 1920s and lasted for 20 years, producing a wealth of buildings all around San Francisco during the Roaring Twenties.