Modernist Design movements occurred sequentially over the 20th Century rejecting the aesthetic, political and lifestyle characteristics that preceded it. This included -Arts & Crafts -1875-1915, Art Nouveau -1880-1910, Wiener Werkstatte -1903-1933 , De Stijl – 1917-1928, Bauhaus School – 1919-1933 and The International Style The 1950’s and 60’s.
A radical design that looks very 20th century combining stepped section and slanted reeds. This design came from a house in North Yorkshire that was built in the 1030s and is perhaps one of the best examples of Art Deco design in the UK.
The profile as often been described as being half of a New York skyline. It has that angular format that is reminiscent of the New York architecture but fits well in any UK home.