A once-a-year opportunity to visit the glorious Bullocks Wilshire building is almost here.
In an unusual turn, one of the most “off-limits” of Manhattan Art Deco buildings is, or will soon be, open to the public. Well, parts of it, anyway. If you follow New York Art Deco, you know that a typical …
A lot of the city’s Art Deco architecture is really tucked away. Here are two examples.
Even in a city filled with Streamline Moderne buildings, these two were exceptional.
There was a time when department stores were like movie palaces. In Japan, some still are.
Why visit the Peace Hotel roof, which is just 11 stories above ground? You be the judge.
Shanghai is too rich in Art Deco to have an obvious #1 Art Deco building. But if not the Peace Hotel, then what?
Shanghai has lots of Art Deco, and the area with the most is the former French Concession.