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  • Redheaded Gardener

    Art nouveau pharmacy love the door

  • avantebali

    Paris Hotel Boutique Journal

  • chris bradley

    Continental shop fronts. Art nouveau pharmacy in France.

  • Cherie Byrnes

    OMG!!! Art nouveau pharmacy in France. Can they create any store front that is NOT absolutely charming? ASPEN CREEK TRAVEL - karen@aspencreektravel.com

  • carol

    Pharmasie #ArtNouveau #StoreExterior

  • breAnne

    Normandy France - this is so art deco

  • Andrea Clausen

    Art Nouveau architecture made use of many technological innovations of the late 19th century, especially the use of exposed iron and large, irregularly shaped pieces of glass for architecture. By the start of World War I, however, the stylised nature of Art Nouveau design—which was expensive to produce—began to be disused in favour of more streamlined, rectilinear modernism, which was cheaper and thought to be more faithful to the plainer industrial aesthetic that became Art Deco.

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