Art Deco Style
Assouline's Art Deco Style by Jared Goss captures the 20th-century quest for a contemporary design language. Emerging from early-century efforts and crystallizing at the 1925 Exposition International des Arts Décoratifs et Industriels Modernes in Paris, Art Deco drew from diverse influences, updating historical styles and embracing exotic elements, like the geometric abstraction of Cubism.
Art Deco isn't a single style but a versatile design idiom reflecting a decorative approach to interwar consumer goods. It encompassed every facet of applied arts worldwide, from skyscrapers to everyday items, captivating designers and consumers alike with its appealing, glamorous charm. Evolving between the World Wars, Art Deco symbolized modernity, sophistication, and optimism, fascinating enthusiasts and regaining popularity in the 1960s. With an expert introduction and captivating visuals, Art Deco Style captures this global phenomenon's timeless allure.
Measures: 247mm x 330mm x 35mm
Linen Hardcover: 300 pages
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