art deco


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

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The property incorporates all the iconic Art Deco design that the best houses in the US city display.
Kensington Tiffany Collection ASTORIA Art Deco Style Tiffany Wall Washer Light, priced at PS112.80, from Bespoke Lights.
That's the lure of "The Vintage Collection," Korean jeweler Vicki Kim-Delgado's viewing and sale of the retro, Art Deco and Art Nouveau pieces she's amassed throughout the years from auctions, flea markets, and antique stores ranging from Paris to the United States.
The Empire State Building in New York is one of the most famous feats of Art Deco architecture but there are plenty of fine examples in London too.
That was family life in September 1939, when this iconic art deco detached home was built, and very little inside has changed since; even most of the furniture is original from the era.
This full color art book highlights more than 100 pieces of Art Deco jewelry from the Prince and Princess Sadruddin Aga Khan Collection.
A not-for-profit team of enthusiasts are in the process of documenting every single one of Mumbai's Art Deco treasures but they estimate there may be more than 200 across India's bustling financial capital.
New Delhi [India] June 30( ANI ): After Elephanta Caves and Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus (CSMT), now Mumbai's Victorian and Art Deco buildings in the Fort area have been declared a Unesco World Heritage Site.
"Just inscribed as @UNESCO #World Heritage Site: Victorian Gothic and Art Deco Ensembles of Mumbai, India.
Art Deco began as a creative current that focused expressly on the French tradition, but a 1925 exhibition introduced the appealing style worldwide, and the United States seized upon it.
t's not often you find an Art Deco house come on to the market - less so one that has been so lovingly and sympathetically restored.
With its fast-changing landscape now dominated by skyscrapers and residential buildings, the district of Binondo in Manila has again lost an important heritage structure with the demolition of the Art Deco Philippine Su Kuang Institute building on Masangkay St.
Art Deco designs encompass a huge range of styles, techniques, and media.