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Art Deco lights

This file was created by Max Darby in August 2011.



Art Deco became a popular art form in the 1920’s and 1930’s. It was characterized especially by bold outlines, geometric and zigzag forms, and the use of new materials (such as plastic). This style and materials were used to design and produce the following `lounge lights’ on board the cruise ship Nieuw Amsterdam.The accompanying carpet and other fixtures in the lound were compatible – see the example of carpet included. Each of the lights is related to the others but there is an enormous diversity of variations on the established theme.


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