Here we have two fine examples of Streamline Moderne, each sporting not one, but two cylinders.
This good thing about documenting things over many years is that you have a record of how they were. Sometimes, it’s a bad thing as well.
I thought this particular Art Deco motif was unique to a single building in Mexico City, but it isn’t.
Many years ago I lived in New Jersey. When I headed south on the Garden State Parkway, I’d see a huge, colorful Art Deco apartment building….
In the case of these three diamond Deco doors, I could have sworn they were nearly identical–until I looked at the photos.
Art Deco motifs that are surprisingly similar, yet in very different places.
Are these V shaped windows unique to the British Empire?