Similar to Art Deco, with its stripped-down forms and geometric-based ornamentation, the moderne style is sleek and unornamented, while the slightly earlier deco style can be quite decorative.
A French term for the design movements originating in America during the first quarter of the 20th century. Similar to but should not be confused with Art Deco.
Extreme modernistic French style of design that started with the Paris Exposition in 1925. This style is characterized by straight lines, angles and geometric decorations.