Modern art that is rich in ornamentation and asymmetric, but identical to the characteristics of a snaking plant or commonly called Art Nouveau or ‘new art’. This type of art is often used by architects for architecture, graphic arts, and interior design. In fact, most of them also use it for decorative arts such as jewelry, furniture, textiles, household silver handicrafts, lighting, and other items.
From 1890 to 1910, the Art Nouveau art style boomed in Western Europe, where rich and fashionable people loved objects made by artists with a touch of naturalistic art. In France, Belle Epoque is a sign of a period of prosperity for everyone, including artisans and artists who dare to express their art, to the architect.
Paris, the center of the French art world, provides many examples of Art Nouveau architecture and design during this modern era. Here are some of the best architecture of Paris doors, as we will report below:
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The facade of this marvelous apartment building was erected in 1901 in the Art Nouveau design style. The entrance is full of art depicting the Garden of Eden. The house, which is located on 29th Avenue Rapp, is also considered one of the buildings in Paris that has the most detailed Art Nouveau structure.
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