American Art Deco: Architecture and Regionalism
"American Art Deco features descriptions - and over 450 color photographs - of 75 lavish and innovative buildings across the country whose exterior features, such as windows, doors, light fixtures, ornament, and interior ceilings, elevator doors, stairways, and ornament, have not been drastically altered or removed. The buildings herein represent those that have maximum architectural integrity, thereby giving us the full scope of this much admired and exciting style."--BOOK JACKET.
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This photographic survey of Art Deco architecture and interiors in the United States is the most impressive this reviewer has seen to date. It exhibits more than 500 resplendent color photographs of ... Read full review