This is an example of the American Art Deco. The architect was inspired by the volume of the space, distinctive height of the ceilings and opportunity to experience American freedom in the room.
Thanks the feeling of elusiveness and technique of combining mass of colors, the architect has managed to plan workplaces, taking into account spatial freedom and desired weightlessness. This was achieved by the light-colored porcelain stoneware floor, painted as a marble pattern; by the white columns with mirrored inserts in decorative frames and built-in shelves serving as a storage that eliminates additional separate furniture; and, also, by massive coffers with illuminated ceiling cornices and modern crystal lighting fixtures.
Thin chrome stripes in the wood furniture, wall bases and veneered panels emphasize austere splendor. Chairs for visitors, according to the Art Deco style, have a simple decorative form. They are upholstered in turquoise velvet creating a color support for the curtains, which are hidden in the sections of window portals behind massive wooden cornices.
Combinations of white with sky blue and turquoise create a feeling of solemnity. They are considered royal.
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