Nice that shells are used in the lamps. Kind of brings the sea indoors. I wonder if we could use that thematically in the apartment. walzerjahrhundert: Gustav Gurschner, Art Nouveau bronze mermaid lamp with nautilus shell shade, circa 1899
Staircase of the Maison Atelier of Victor Horta. This building is one of four Horta-designed town houses in Brussels that are together recognised by UNESCO as "representing the highest expression of the influential Art Nouveau style in art and
This Art Nouveau interior was designed by Alphons Mucha in 1900 for the Parisian jeweler, Georges Fouquet. The interior has been reconstructed in the Musee des Arts Decoratifs in Paris to preserve its beauty and artistic
This front cover of an 1896 edition of the German magazine Jugend is decorated in Art Nouveau motifs. Jugend was strongly associated with the style and the magazine’s name inspired the German term for the movement, Jugendstil (“Jugend“-style).