Rolls Royce Art Deco Package
Rolls Royce Ghost Art Deco Side
As a tribute to the golden age of Art Deco, at the Paris Motor Show 2012, Rolls Royce unveiled three cars that Phantom, Phantom Drophead Coupe and Ghost. Previous exclusively been built through an order in Goodwood, England.
About Art Deco, in 1925, Paris is home to the Exposition Internationale des Arts Decoratifs et INDUSTRIELS et Modernes which gave birth to the Art Deco style global. Recognized Art Deco affected all areas of design including architecture, interior and industrial design, fashion and jewelry. Art Deco movement was a response to the era of technological development and innovative use of new materials.
Geometric shapes, the recurring motif are the hallmark of Art Deco design. Simplicity in form, sweeping lines and sleek appeal refract surprising but fun for the privileged upper class society or high society.
Rolls Royce Ghost Art Deco Dashboard
The Spirit of Ecstasy, which was created by sculptor Charles Robinson Sykes in 1911, can be described as a prequel of this project. While the models are beautifully nuanced Phantom in the 20’s and 30’s showed the influence of Art Deco. Echoes of zoom can be found in the form of clean and elegant lines of the Phantom and Ghost models.
In Phantom interior, classic black theme like Piano Veneer, flowing seamlessly wraps the interior. At the door capping inlays encased in stainless steel with a distinctive Art Deco geometric motif. Leather bright green line, as a line of the seat, this providing a dynamic and luxurious. Superb, finely detailed Art Deco inspiration covers all interiors.
And when glancing at Phantom Drophead Coupe type color powder blue with a touch of pearl luster, bringing you nostalgic for the 1930’s. This Interior color contrasting Arctic White side with pearl luster nuanced instrument panel, giving the appearance of a very beautiful like the famous artist. Contrary to the type of Phantom, Piano White colored inlay.
And finally, is the handsome Ghost. Cobalto Blue exterior color on thick plastered. This inspired by an advertisement at the time, a driver driving a Rolls Royce to a club decorated with bright lights. A wash of paint by hand painted details on Ghost, bringing the true beauty of Cobalto Blue / Silver Jubilee, the two main elements of Rolls Royce. While the Seashell leather interior makes as if separated from the exterior.
Walnut Veneer Blue colored dress the interior. Enhanced by the geometric marquetry designs was intricate and elegant. Marquetry design on the panel also includes a cover of the monitor center, picnic tables and a passenger on the door cappings.
The entire glitz and aroma era heyday in the 20s seemed to be fulfilled by the Chief Executive of Rolls-Royce, Torsten Müller-Ötvös, “We have captured the essence of one of the great periods in the 20th century design with elegance.”