In keeping with this category’s theme of mashing disparate concepts together, here we see stylistic motifs from two distinctly different visual eras juxtaposed together. This method first appeared at the Milan furniture fair in the mid 2000’s. The most common combination so far has been more Baroque/Victorian themes with modern minimal forms. The result is an amazing combination of sophisticated, opulent tradition with modern cleanliness and simplicity. It is a powerful way to both break through and pay homage to past aesthetic themes. Do other combinations exist? Well there have been a lot of cultures living on this planet over the last 10,000 years making stuff…Anyone willing to try Greco-Disco?