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Lovely Art Nouveau decoration of station ticket counter, Edgeware Road Bakerloo Line, London | JV

Lovely Art Nouveau decoration of station ticket counter, Edgeware Road Bakerloo Line, London | JV

Authentic Art Nouveau Color Palettes, derived from vintage poster images. Compiled for my own purposes, but decided to share it, too! :)

Authentic Art Nouveau Color Palettes, derived from vintage poster images. Compiled for my own purposes, but decided to share it, too! :)

Stylish Lisbon restaurant Darwin cafe with cool outdoor terrace for a coffee or a drink / http://www.darwincafe.com/img/galeria/7.jpg #DesignMeetScience

Stylish Lisbon restaurant Darwin cafe with cool outdoor terrace for a coffee or a drink / http://www.darwincafe.com/img/galeria/7.jpg #DesignMeetScience

Harrington's Pie and Mash Shop photo taken by University of the Arts London. A beautiful art-deco sign and green-tiled frontage at Tooting’s only pie shop, I've also heard they do a great pie and it's all their own secret recipe...I have to give this place a try!

Harrington's Pie and Mash Shop photo taken by University of the Arts London. A beautiful art-deco sign and green-tiled frontage at Tooting’s only pie shop, I've also heard they do a great pie and it's all their own secret recipe...I have to give this place a try!

Collectable Tiles Style/technique: Art nouveau majolica Manufacturer: Corn Bros Dimensions: 6" x 6"Date: circa 1902 Colours

Collectable Tiles Style/technique: Art nouveau majolica Manufacturer: Corn Bros Dimensions: 6" x 6"Date: circa 1902 Colours

Michelin House London. This is a former Michelin garage built before WWI in a transition style from Art Nouveau to Art Deco. The architect was a former French employee of the tyre company Michelin.  The building has been successfully converted to the use of a fish gourmet restaurant / bar "Bibendum", a small flower and fish market and a Conran shop.

Michelin House London. This is a former Michelin garage built before WWI in a transition style from Art Nouveau to Art Deco. The architect was a former French employee of the tyre company Michelin. The building has been successfully converted to the use of a fish gourmet restaurant / bar "Bibendum", a small flower and fish market and a Conran shop.

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