Miami Beach Celebrates Bygone Style

Art Deco is a style of visual art, design and architecture that originated in the Jazz Age and flourished until the 1940s. Angular, symmetrical geometric forms and vivid, contrasting pastel colors distinguish the elegant design. Remnants of the bygone style still linger in various parts of the world, and (our very own) Miami Beach has the largest collection of restored Art Deco hotels and apartment buildings— their pastel colors, rainbow-bright, overreaching bold shapes in doorways, windows, and balconies that shine under the constant sun.  Read more at

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