Definition of deco
: art deco
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The lower level is finished for recreation in art deco style.
Iannelli has also been credited with some of the 89-year-old Pickwick Theatre's design, including exterior interior art deco-style elements, as well as the sculpture of a mermaid that has long stood in in the theater's hall.
There’s a mild paradox that this entirely digital movie waxes so nostalgic for analog-age stuff: Art Deco diners, big-knob radios, funky garages.
Architect John Mysefski said the aesthetic is a modern with art deco accents.
Cinema West, the Petaluma company that also owns Folsom’s Palladio 16 and Palladio LUXE multiplexes, has worked to restore ceiling artwork and other original art-deco features in the main auditorium, while also installing new seats.
McGill has given the bright space in the art-deco Empire Building a stylish makeover.
Designed in an art deco style by C. Bruce Dellit, it is made of granite, with statuary and bas-reliefs created by the artist Raynor Hoff.
A Springer Celebration! 2017: A Roaring Good Time took place in May in the art deco surroundings of The Renaissance Hotel.
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