8 indispensable home accessories
The quality of the home interior and the visual enjoyment of its contemplation mainly depends on how much attention the hosts pay to the accessories. Indeed, without these decorative trifles,…

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Architectural style: baroque
Baroque architecture (L. Bernini, F. Borromini in Italy, BF Rastrelli in Russia) is characterized by spatial scope, cohesion, turnover of complex, usually curvilinear, forms. Often there are deployed large-scale colonnades,…

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Arabian interior design
Characteristic style The interior is built on the basis of three rules: compliance with the traditions of Islam; observance of centuries-old traditions; objects of decor and interior painstaking handmade. An…

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Architectural style: Gothic

The word “Gothic” comes from the Italian gotico – an unusual, barbaric – (Goten – barbarians; this style has nothing to do with the historical Goths), and was first used as a brane. For the first time, the concept in the modern sense was applied by Giorgio Vasari in order to separate the Renaissance from the Middle Ages. Gothic completed the development of European medieval art, having arisen on the basis of the achievements of the Romanesque culture, and in the Renaissance (Renaissance) era, the art of the Middle Ages was considered “barbaric”. Continue reading

Art Nouveau in architecture

Modern style appeared in European style modern in architecture and American art in the late XIX – early XX century and most clearly manifested in the architecture of private houses – mansions, as well as in the construction of business, industrial and commercial buildings – banks, exchanges, stations. Appearing in a rapidly developing industrial society, the modern style, on the one hand, was characterized by rational structures: reinforced concrete, glass, and facing ceramics were widely used, on the other hand, its decorative nature was the main feature of the style. Continue reading

Empire style in architecture

Empire style appeared in art and architecture in the late XVIII – early XIX century, after the French Revolution and in the period of Napoleon’s empire. The very name of the style comes from the French word “empire” – empire. The main purpose of art in this era was the eulogy of the empire and the emperor, its greatness and military success, which determined the characteristic features of the style. Continue reading

Architectural style: baroque
Baroque architecture (L. Bernini, F. Borromini in Italy, BF Rastrelli in Russia) is characterized by spatial scope, cohesion, turnover of complex, usually curvilinear, forms. Often there are deployed large-scale colonnades,…

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Interior design with a second light
From history to modernity The interiors of the second light were still in the Middle Ages in churches, shrines, government buildings and in the homes of influential people. In those…

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Empire style in architecture
Empire style appeared in art and architecture in the late XVIII - early XIX century, after the French Revolution and in the period of Napoleon's empire. The very name of…

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"Classics of the genre": interior items in a classic style
If you look at classicism in the broad sense of the word, associations immediately appear, united by one word - “masterpiece”. The concept of “classic” (from the Latin classicus) implies…

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