The Art Deco House

The Art Deco House 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 futuristi

  • Title: The Art Deco House
  • Author: Adrian Tinniswood
  • ISBN: 9780823003150
  • Page: 371
  • Format: Hardcover
  • 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 popular and influential architects and designers of theModern 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 popular and influential architects and designers of the past 150 years Norman Bel Geddes and Richard Neutra, working in the US Robert Mallet Stevens in France and Berthold Lubetkin in the UK designed houses that could be defined as being in the Art Deco style And Art Deco enjoys a new popularity today, unrivalled since its inception in the 1920s In The Art Deco House, architectural historian Adrian Tinniswood combines fascinating text and stunning photography to create an essential reference for anyone who loves Art Deco design Captivating chapters provide detailed overviews of the design, decoration, furnishings, and gardens of the Art Deco house, covering such themes as streamline moderns Modernist ideas for estates and apartment blocks urbanism and domestic design and Within each chapter, special stand alone features draw upon contemporary literature, magazines, and museum exhibitions to demonstrate the style and philosophy of the Art Deco movement.This remarkable guide also features hundreds of stunning, full color examples of a broad range of Art Deco houses, including the House of Tomorrow by Norman Bel Geddes the Henry House in Utrecht, Holland Geragh in Sandycove, Dublin and Rudolf Schindler s Los Angeles home An essential source book of Art Deco style, with scores of resplendent illustrations Features little known houses from the US, France, Ireland, Germany, and Austria Provides fascinating insight into the lives of Art Deco architects and their clients Art Deco style is enjoying a resurgence in popularity

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    1. Adrian Tinniswood

      Architectural historian, Adrian Tinniswood, has worked as an author, broadcaster, lecturer and educational consultant for nearly 30 years in both Britain and the United States He is the author of many books published by Mitchell Beazley.

    482 thoughts on “The Art Deco House”

    1. A wonderful overview of domestic architecture in the 1920's and 1930's following the Art Deco international style. Includes photos and text describing the interior and exterior architectural elements, decorative units, history behind the structure, architect, and audience response for each residency.


    2. A lovely pictorial history of Art Deco house architecture, with analysis of its significance in social, political and architectural history.


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