Constructivists of the XX Century

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The positions of glass elements in the decoration of the premises strengthened in the first half of the 20th century. Designers-constructivists, enthusiastically promoting extravagant ideas for creating housing for future generations sought to design the interior of the premises taking into account the use of metal and glass structures.

Sliding Partitions
Sliding Partitions
An interior in the style of constructivism often includes almost weightless-looking portable partitions and large windows that often go from the floor to the ceiling. In such a room, it is advisable to leave only the very minimum of furniture, while maintaining its functionality. A table in the form of an openwork metal frame with a glass top will decorate such a room.

The division of the interior space of the room into zones is also carried out in this style direction using glass partitions framed by a stainless steel frame and fastened with metal elements.

 Sconces from Glass and Metal
Sconces from Glass and Metal
Curtains made from glass beads strung on metalized threads and interspersed with metal elements look very original in the living room.

Designers do not disregard smaller interior elements. The combination of glass and metal is quite common in the design of wall, ceiling and floor lamps. Skillful hands of masters are able to give the most ordinary lighting device a very bizarre shape.

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