Japanese Lines

Gradually, the Japanese style called Japanism (late 19-mid 20 century) and spread around the world. As a result, resulted in the concept of following the direction of Modernism. Unique trend was reflected in the works of painters: Russian M. Wrubel, S. Malyutina, western, P. Behrens and E.Bern-Jones. And then came the design area. Belgian artist H.

Wold, an outstanding master of the time based on the principle of "life rhythm" of the organic world developed the whole concept of interlacing – the windows, chairs, ceiling lines, gently swam in the wallpaper, all present in the home and at the same time constituting the name of the 'ensemble'. Motto – no detail should not be overlooked. This approach has been in the works of artist-designer Charles McIntosh, the founder of another, and organic dizayna.Cherez prism of artist-designers Japanese motifs are transformed into the interiors of houses, in art product design. In the full spirit of modernity was reflected in the work of the Russian architect F. Shechtel. Floral design with a soft, graceful and flowing into the lines covered all areas of art and turned into furniture design, dishes, clothes, desk lamps, etc. Offshoot of modernism was called Art Nouveau. It is distinguished by simplicity of form and modernity.

In Germany, Darmstadt, formed a cooperative, an investor who was the Duke of Hesse. Using modern technology, create original household items. These workshops grow throughout the whole of Germany. The successful realization of modernism in furniture design can be seen in the works P.