As with other styles, Art Deco acquires differentiating or assimilating characteristics depending on where it occurs.
The Art Deco of New York in 1930 reminds us of French cathedrals of the 12th century and the Tropical Deco of Miami Beach reminds us of the Mediterranean architecture as well as that of Art Deco Sertanejo.
A few factors come together in order for this to occur:
 

  • The pre-existing imagination, the power of the symbols to be expressed by the architecture in that time-space, fashion, aesthetic and technological challenges;
  • The financial, administrative and political resources and interests;
  • The technical possibilities, construction know-how, craftsmen’s skills;
  • The climate, light and local tastes.

Some International Manifestations of Art Deco
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Nova York, USA.
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Havana, Cuba
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Durban, South Africa.
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Melbourne, Australia.