An auditorium is an enclosed room built to enable an audience to have live lectures, stage performances, concerts, and other gatherings.
Art Nouveau is an international style of art, architecture, and applied art, especially decorative arts. Art Nouveau sought to create one unified style that blurred the line between architecture, interior design, furniture design, painting, and more
Art deco architecture is also referred to as “Deco”, It is a popular design style that was first introduced in an exhibition in 1925 in Paris and gained popularity in the 1930s and 1940s. It is characterized by its vivid colors, sleek and daring geometry or stylized form, and the use of extremely luxurious and detailed artwork
In architecture, an arcade is a defined passageway that has a succession of contiguous arches, with each side supported by a colonnade of columns or piers. Exterior arcades are designed to provide a sheltered walkway for pedestrians. Arcades can happen on the exterior as a semi-enclosed space or on the interio
An amphitheatre is a type of building which is popularly used in Greek and Roman architecture. Amphitheatres are typically designed with a circular floor plan where the base acts as a staging area and seating is provided radially (changes according to the shape of the amphitheatre) around the stage moving upwards