Defining the decades: Art Deco Era

Art Deco is a modernist architectural style that flourished in the mid-1920s through to the early-1930s. The era’s main architectural characteristics are typically identified by its sleek, linear, often rectangular geometric forms, broken up by curved ornamental elements with opulent details.

Projects of this movement often produced dynamic collaborations between architects, painters, sculptors, and designers.

See a few examples here:

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Chelsea Manor Street, Chelsea

A two bedroom penthouse flat in an iconic Art Deco portered Chelsea block. This flat has arguably the finest south west panoramic views of any within the block stretching from the river Thames to Knightsbridge.

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Sheen Road, Richmond

A large two bedroom apartment situated on the third floor of this impressive Art Deco Grade II listed apartment block in the heart of Richmond.