For serious collectors French Art Déco design, Maison Gerard has been the place to go. Standouts by Leleu, Adnet, Frank, Ruhlman and others turn a visit to the showroom into a master class on 20th-century design. More recently, Benoist F. Drut has expanded his focus to include the work of talented 21st-century designers, among them Hervé van der Straeten, Jean Girel, Carol Egan, Miguel Cisterna and Thomas Boog, making it an essential stop for the collector of contemporary design.
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For sheer glamour, you can’t beat the Roaring Twenties. The clothes. The jewels. The furnishings. For their newest collection, Mokum, the New Zealand textile company, taps that rich heritage with a collection by Catherine Martin, the acclaimed, Academy Award–winning costume and set designer.
MOLAA is proud to present a series of architecture and design lectures. Experts in these fields will speak about the various architectural and design styles present in Latin America, particularly Cuba, while providing a historical context for the different style movements which have influenced that country’s architecture.
Sunday, July 11, Mitzi March Mogul, who is President of the Art Deco Society of Los Angeles and a Historic Preservation Consultant, will present a lecture on Cuban Art Deco. Art Deco is the dominant style of Cuban architecture and reflects its history as a cosmopolitan, sophisticated society. This presentation will take you on a tour of the island’s Art Deco architecture and examine it’s social, cultural, and political contexts.