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Paul Poiret opened his couture house in 1925 at the Rond-Point des Champs-Elysées. The Art Deco ribbon feature around the frame, designed by metal artist Edgar Brandt, are still in place.

Camac: Art Deco: Architecture : Paul Poiret opened his couture house in 1925 at the Rond-Point des Champs-Elysées. The Art Deco ribbon feature around the frame, designed by metal artist Edgar Brandt, are still in place.

Poiret commissioned Edgar Brandt, the premier Art Deco ironworker, to design the grillwork doors and interior staircase for his atelier at 1 Champs-Elysées Round Point, 1925.

The french fashion designer Paul Poiret commissioned Edgar Brandt, the premier Art Deco ironworker, to design the grillwork doors and interior staircase for his atelier at 1 Champs-Elysées Round Point,

Courtroom Detail, Foley U.S. Post Office and Courthouse, Albany, New York

The James T. Foley United States Post Office and Courthouse in Albany, New York - Art Decó

L'Oasis screen by Edgar Brant - wrought iron with gilt-copper detailing - included in 1925 Exposition Internationale, Paris

'L'OASIS' An Art Deco style painted and gilt five panel screen after a design by Edgar BRANDT. The original Edgar Brandt screen was sold at Christie's New York, 'Masterworks 1900 - 8 June lot 228 (hva)

Elevator Doors “Les Cigognes d’Alsace”. Edgar Brandt, 1922-1928.   The Victoria & Albert Museum

Elevator Doors, in the V&A*******Edgar Brandt - Les Cigognes d’Alsace - for Selfrdiges department store - London, Victoria Albert Museum, London.

Wacker Tower Deco by Atelier Teee, via Flickr

Art Deco ornamentation on the facade of the Wacker Tower building on Wacker Place between Wabash and Michigan Avenues in Chicago, Illinois.

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Cheer Up Post - Art Deco Edition lazy-fitspo would like a post featuring beautiful Art Deco.

Pair of gates from the Chanin Building, Rene Paul Chambellan, 1928.

Pair of gates from the Chanin Building, Rene Paul Chambellan,

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Art Deco design in Chicago - bold lines, floral motif but not symmetrical

"La Fontaine" ("The Fountain") Fire Screen by Edgar Brandt  Circa 1924.  The use of leaves is a typical art deco feature, along with the use of stainless steel.

"La Fontaine" ("The Fountain") Fire Screen by Edgar Brandt Circa The use of leaves is a typical art deco feature, along with the use of stainless steel.

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