Art deco is a bold, industrial design style characterized by geometric shapes - sharp
angles, heavy lines, and bold typography. The term grew out of a modern decorative arts exposition held in Paris in 1925, and though
the trend continued well into the 1930s, art deco is very closely associated with the styles of the Roaring '20s.
So, what Art Deco is? First of all, of course, a style. Then, this style was popular in all spheres of life. As a rule, it was taken as a
combination of modernism and various native arts (arts of Egypt, Africa, Mexico, together with modern and industrial filed of
technique: aviation, radio, ocean liner and lighting. Materials were used: wood, leather, aluminium and stainless steel in deco kitchens and deco bathrooms