The New India Assurance Building is an art deco office building made of reinforced concrete and designed by Master, Sarhe and Bhuta, with artistic designer N. It was constructed in 1936 in Mumbai, India.
This Art Deco owl of wisdom—designed in the by sculptor Lee Lawrie—adorns the door to the center reading room on the fifth floor of the Library of Congress John Adams Building, Washington, DC. Photo credit: Carol M.
Art Deco hanging lamp, nice use of shape and lighting along with multiple layers. I think this would make an excellent light source to use and you could experiment a lot with the patterns and shapes to make it appear more extravagant and exaggerated.
Chesapeake & Ohio, Hudson Class L - This is the only surviving streamlined Hudson and a beautiful example of a yellow steam locomotive. It is C&O number 490 and on display at the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Museum in Baltimore, MD.