80% Sweet Lilac
(NCS S 0907-R50B)

15% Ice Maiden
(NCS S 1015-B20G)

5% Bare Biscuit
(NCS S 3030-Y60R)

 

Plymouth

The striking geometry of the Plymouth Hotel marks the building, designed by Anton Skislewicz and completed in 1940, as an Art Deco classic.

The Durban Art Deco Society has formulated a number of 'Tropical Deco' colour schemes that are sympathetic to the era but also have contemporary sensibilities. Below are colour schemes that will give your building an authentic look.

These palettes are intended to be a guide to the proportions of base colour, contrast colour and highlight colour required to create an authentic ART DECO colour rendering.

80% Cerise Charm
(NCS S 0505-R)

10% Dusky Green
(NCS S 1020-B50G)

5% Mandarin Yellow
(NCS S 0530-Y20R)

5% First Love
(NCS S 1040-R

Hotel de Caribe

Hotel de Caribe was the first hotel built in Cartagena de Indias and the Colonial Tower is now considered a National Monument by the Colombian government.

Many national and international figures have been guests at this piece of history which was built on a large empty lot by Icacos Bay in the Bocagrande neighborhood. Today this neighborhood is one of the most important tourist sectors in the city. Since its beginning, the Hotel de Caribe has displayed the best and most elite in entertainment, bullfighting, literature and beautiful women in Colombia.

80% Cream Delight
(NCS S 0507-Y)

10% Waterfall
(NCS S 2020-B50G)

5% Peach Power
(NCS S 1510-Y70R)

5% Hyacinth Blue
(NCS S 2060-R70B)

St. Moritz, Miami

Everything is on a grand scale. Built in 1939, the St. Moritz is one of the most exotic hotels in Miami. Architecturally the hotel combines modernism, cubism, futurism with geometrical forms in the Persian and Egyptian style. Restored in 1998 to its original Art Deco splendor.

The Durban Art Deco Society has formulated a number of 'Tropical Deco' colour schemes that are sympathetic to the era but also have contemporary sensibilities. Below are colour schemes that will give your building an authentic look.

These palettes are intended to be a guide to the proportions of base colour, contrast colour and highlight colour required to create an authentic ART DECO colour rendering.