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Art Deco

 

 

Named after the 1925 exposition internationale des arts decoratifs et industriels modernes, which was held in paris, art deco describes a decorative design style that celebrated the rise of technology and speed via geometric designs, intense colours, and the use of plastic and glass. Forms became streamlined as the principles of aerodynamics became better understood resulting in an elegant style in both architecture and objects.

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