ART DECO - DESIGN IN EVERYDAY THINGS
The Art Deco snack bar at the Wilshire Links miniature golf course, located at 8484 Wilshire Boulevard on the southeast corner of Wilshire and La Cienega in Beverly Hills, owned by Mary Pickford (1928). After 1936 it was the site of the very large Sontag Cut Rate Drug Store, and in 1972 it became the site of the Great Western Savings building.
One of the most renowned designs of the Art Deco movement, this 1928 Lalique glass car mascot, also known as "Spirit of the Wind," has brought six figures at auction. This year, the famed French luxury house, using the original mold, has reissued it in crystal as part of the Hommage à René Lalique 150th Anniversary Collection. Photos courtesy Lalique, France
ZEITLOS discovery: Miami Art Deco District - It‘s a feeling like being moved to a gone time when walking along Ocean Drive in Miami. The road next to Miami Beach is part of the second largest Art Deco District in the world. More pictures here : http://www.zeitlosberlin.com/recommendations/discoveries/miami-art-deco-district/