ABOUT ART DECO ARCHITECTURE
The term Art Deco refers to an eclectic design style introduced at the Paris Exposition of 1925. The style influenced all areas of design, including architecture and interior decoration, industrial design and fashion. It’s use in the visual arts and cinema made it synonymous with elegance, glamour, functionality and modernity.
Art Deco design employed stylized and simplified versions of Neoclassical, Egyptian, Constructivist and Cubist forms and drew inspiration from both machines and nature. The style used motifs such as the scallop shell, ionic volute, deer, leopards, palm leaves, sunbursts, cloud forms and repetitive geometries.
ART DECO STYLE MOULDINGS
Art Deco style mouldings are a combination of simple S4S shapes with eased edges, repetitive curves, clean lines and simple geometric design