Hollywood Regency

Style indigenous to Los Angeles, California that combines many disparate styles such as Georgian, Federal, and English Regency itself with designs evocative of Hollywood film glamour. In architecture, the style is characterized by the use of boxy, Modernist forms, stucco walls, and the linking of indoor and outdoor spaces via French or glass doors. Furniture and design typically favor bold prints juxtaposed with white and gold.

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34816
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Hollywood Regency

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Style indigenous to Los Angeles, California that combines many disparate styles such as Georgian, Federal, and English Regency itself with designs evocative of Hollywood film glamour. In architecture, the style is characterized by the use of boxy, Modernist forms, stucco walls, and the linking of indoor and outdoor spaces via French or glass doors. Furniture and design typically favor bold prints juxtaposed with white and gold.

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Bibliography

  1. 1.  The Getty Art & Architecture Thesaurus, 300374864. The J. Paul Getty Trust.