ART DECO MEETS MOROCCO
Art deco was the predominant decorative art style of the 1920s and 1930s, characterized by precise and boldly delineated geometric shapes and used most notably in furniture and architecture.
The furniture introduced sleek, rounded corners, streamlined designs and futuristic styling. Seating often curved slightly inward, suggesting intimacy and sensuality. The style was bold and innovative, but also inviting and comfortable.
Intricate patterns are the hallmarks of Moroccan design. Mathematically precise geometry is gracefully combined to stunning effect. The intricate web of detail is woven from circles or hexagons, using repetition, symmetry and changes of scale to bewildering effect. The resulting labyrinth is strongly reminiscent of the souks and bazaars.
Fusion Access combines these two opposing, yet similar styles, to create a unique collection titled Art deco meets Morocco, retaining a look that is both retro and refreshingly modern.