A phase of Art Deco that emphasizes the horizontal aspects of design; elements include curved end walls, round corners, horizontal stainless-steel railings, flush windows, round windows, and use of glass block.
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Streamline Moderne, Streamline Modern
A phase of Art Deco that emphasizes the contours that offer minimum resistance to fluid flow, resulting in emphasis on the horizontal aspects of design. Usually characterized by curved end walls, rounded corners; glass block; flush windows; white or light-colored stucco walls; horizontal stainless-steel railings.
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