This is very art deco meets California Bungalow meets Craftsman style. I can just imagine Clark or Herbert or Pohl writing sweeping, futuristic sci-fi epics at a desk like this. - Paul frankl skyscraper desk and bookcase from com e from website
Seldom seen Art Déco Shyvers "Multiphone" jukebox selector in cast aluminum, bearing a strong resemblance to the Empire State Building. The 1935 Shyvers Multiphone was invented by Ken Shyvers, who is also credited for inventing the pinball machine.
Chrysler Building, NYC, Architect William Van Alen - “Art Deco in France found its American equivalent in the design of the New York skyscrapers of the The Chrysler Building … was one of the most accomplished essays in the style.
۞ ۩ The thermosetting plastic Bakelite was ideally suited to mass-production techniques, and Ekco (E. Cole Ltd.) pioneered its use for radio cabinets in Britain. This is the Ekco broadcast receiver of Very stylish speaker grill!