The Art Deco Weekend on South Beach was a great turnout, with a perfect 75-degree day in January! Here are a few of my favorite photos from this exciting weekend…
The South Beach Art Deco weekend is a yearly South Florida festival featuring the best music, art, and more associated with this old “Deco” style. Art Deco is a style inspired by the early 20th-century art and architecture of European countries like France and Germany, first becoming popular in the United States during the 30s. Its unique designs are instantly recognizable and truly define Miami Beach.
Art Deco Real Estate
Art Deco was coined in the 80s to define the styles that were becoming popular in Miami Beach then. Some qualities typically defining Art Deco real estate are curved edges and corners, neon lighting, and round porthole windows. Held each year in January, the South Beach Art Deco weekend allows the residents of South Florida and visitors to buy unique pieces of art to add to their collections. These unique art pieces are sold at auctions and include restored classics. People looking to purchase these pieces can attend various lectures and talks designed to teach them about the works. Many lucky visitors attending the Art Deco weekend can also expect to be treated to performances of some of the best music from the 1930s Broadway era associated with the art deco style.
The amazing Art Deco Weekend is sponsored by the Miami Design Preservation League. A group solely dedicated to preserving the Historic District’s integrity in many ways and providing information to the public. Originally started in 1976, the MDPL is the oldest organization dedicated to Art Deco. If you’d like to receive the latest local real estate news via blog postings & updates, you can easily be notified by RSS feed (see upper left column) or by email above every time a new posting occurs. The new JADE Condos Sunny Isles.com website & Blog is now available! Have a great week, and contact me here or call toll-free at 1.888.383.7326 or view new South Beach condos today.
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