I visited a magnificent exhibition in the "Stedelijk Museum" in Amsterdam called "Living in the Amsterdam School, designs for the interior 1910-1930".
The Amsterdam School was an exuberant style of architecture and design that was unique in the Netherlands. The movement emerged after the New Art and Art Nouveau schools, and is regarded as the highly original Dutch correlative to the lively international Art Deco movement.
The exhibition showed how the colourful, expressive style functioned within the interior.
The Art Deco decorated utensils.
Stained glass windows.
Those lamps so beautiful.
A poster of an exhibition in the Museum dating from 1923.
In a workplace the visitors could make their own Amsterdam School clock of cardboard.
With these results.
Here you can read more about this movement.