Art Deco

Modern, yet delightfully retro, Art Deco was the result of the proceeding Art Nouveau era braiding itself with emerging elements of Modern style. First surfacing in France before WWI, Art Deco defined the 1920s, providing flappers and speakeasies a backdrop of rich, gem-like hues and sky-scraping forms. Considered the first truly international style, Art Deco pieces range from those of Aldo Tura—an Italian designer who famously favored dyed goatskin as a material— to Le Corbusier, whose perceptive LC3 Chair reminds us that Art Deco will never truly be a closed book.

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