The idea of a modern art deco cabinetry is one that seems at once utterly exotic and simultaneously timeless.
The idea, of course, is that it could be the next piece in the series of pieces by art decos to become the norm.
In recent years, it seems, there have been a few cases of art decolors being reimagined in modern contexts.
In 2016, for example, the architectural design of the New York Public Library’s Brooklyn Museum was reimaginated by architect John Jacobs and the space was transformed into a contemporary art decolonizing space.
But the new, modern art décor of the Brooklyn Museum, designed by artist María Del Pilar, has the feeling of something more recent.
It has the feel of the future, even though it’s also the past.
Del Pila’s design is the result of a collaborative effort between her husband, architect José Manuel García, and the New Orleans-based design firm Urban Effects.
García and his partners wanted to create something with a modern sensibility and the result is an urban design that seems almost futuristic and, in some ways, anachronistic.
The space has been dubbed the “Future Art Deco” in part because of its architectural style.
But it is also the result in part of a broader effort by the Garcías to create a kind of “new” space that reflects the modern art world in which they are trying to make their living.
The project, which was inaugurated at the Brooklyn museum last month, is an example of how the Garcias are trying not only to reimagine art, but to make art into something that is timeless.
They are not the first to think of new ideas and new places.
In the late ’70s, the architect and architect-artist Paul Klee created a large mural on the Brooklyn Bridge that featured the silhouettes of a man and a woman.
It is a concept that has become a favorite of artists such as Renzo Piano, Damien Hirst, and David Guggenheim.
Klee, who has also designed the Brooklyn art museum, says that he has a similar vision in mind when he designed the mural.
“It’s not just about being an abstract artist,” he says.
“I like to think about my work as a metaphor of the universe.
The universe is made of time.
There’s a cosmic perspective that allows us to see things differently.
It’s not about having an abstract style.
It might be the most important thing about art to me is its ability to be a timeless object of contemplation.
So that’s what I did with the mural.”
Klee’s mural is also a nod to the fact that it is an abstract art work that is part of the fabric of the museum.
“My hope is that my work can be part of an urban space that celebrates the urban world, and in this sense, I’m trying to re-envision a whole different world that is built around this same concept,” he said.
The mural is on the north side of the Museum’s lobby and has been in the building since 2002. “
But what I really hope for is that if you’re in this museum, you can actually sit and observe the mural in the same way you would go and look at the mural at the Museum of Modern Art, which is one of the largest museums in the world, or the Art Institute of Chicago, which has a museum called the Chicago Museum of Art.”
The mural is on the north side of the Museum’s lobby and has been in the building since 2002.
In 2008, it was transformed by García into a mural.
At the time, García said, he was inspired by the work of Renzo Picasso and the way it was created.
“Renzo Picassos work is so beautiful, but it’s so abstract,” García told The New York Times at the time.
“There’s no way that you could understand it.
So Renzo is so wonderful because he uses the whole space of the building to create these different interpretations.
And it’s this kind of a strange relationship, where the whole building is Renzo, and he’s using the whole thing to create this extraordinary art.”
The new mural is being installed at the museum this month, and is expected to be finished by the end of the year.
It will be the first of three murals in the space.
The others are by the architects David Schulman and Dan Fassbender and are currently being completed.
The work is part “post-modernism,” says García.
“Post-modern art is this art that was created by people who didn’t believe in the way of the past and who didn�t believe in art as a thing of the 20th century. It was a