Art Deco: A Timeless Fusion of Elegance and Symmetry

Art Deco, a visual and architectural style that burgeoned during the 1920s and 1930s, is renowned for its symmetrical designs, rich colors, and lavish ornamentation. Emerging amidst the cultural shifts of the post-World War I era, Art Deco became synonymous with opulence, technological progress, and the amalgamation of the functional and the ornamental. Its influence permeated various domains, from architecture and interior design to fashion and visual arts, embodying a timeless aesthetic that celebrated luxury, modernity, and a forward-looking optimism.

The style is characterized by its geometric shapes, bold outlines, and a zest for the theatrical, often incorporating motifs from ancient Egyptian and Aztec designs. Art Deco, while rooted in modernity, also embraced the exotic and the ancient, creating a rich and diverse visual language that continues to captivate and inspire. Its influence is evident in the skyscrapers of New York, the cinemas of Mumbai, and the villas of Miami, showcasing a global impact that transcends cultural and geographical boundaries.

Victor Gallery, with its profound appreciation for the timeless elegance and symmetrical designs intrinsic to Art Deco, has curated a collection of rugs that embody this aesthetic. The gallery’s rugs, inspired by the geometric patterns, vibrant colors, and luxurious materials characteristic of Art Deco, provide a contemporary interpretation that aligns seamlessly with both traditional and modern spaces.

One of Victor Gallery’s recent projects, the Steinway Tower, stands as a testament to the enduring allure of Art Deco in contemporary design. Situated on the 35th floor, with a panoramic view over Central Park, the Manhattan apartment, designedby interior design studio Husband Wife, is a luxurious space that pays homage to the Art Deco aesthetic. The entrance hall, adorned with dark aubergine walls and an Art Deco-inspired shelf, sets a tone of understated elegance, while the lounge, featuring eucalyptus wood pieces and a bronze side table by Lothar Klute, exudes a spirit reminiscent of the Art Deco era.

All the rugs and tapestries utilized in the Steinway Tower project are sourced from Victor Gallery, each piece thoughtfully selected to enhance and complement the Art Deco-inspired interiors. The gallery, recognizing the perpetual charm and versatility of Art Deco, offers a range of rugs and tapestries that not only pay homage to this illustrious era but also provide a piece of functional art that enhances and elevates any living space.

Victor Gallery invites patrons to explore its curated selection of Art Deco-inspired rugs, each piece a celebration of the style’s luxurious and geometric aesthetic, ensuring that this iconic movement continues to enchant, inspire, and elevate interiors across the globe.