The Art Deco House

Avant-garde Houses of the 1920s and 1930s
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Current format, Book, 2002, All copies in use.
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Modern architecture between the two world wars was a deliberate rejection of the past, causing a tension between traditional concepts of the home as warm, intimate, and comfortable and cool, futuristic visions of the house as a technological paradise. Art Deco was an attempt to resolve these tensions. Some of the most…

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