Moderne

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Moderne may refer to:

  • Moderne architecture, also sometimes referred to as "Style Moderne" or simply "Modern", a more general term for a style of architecture that became popular in 1925 and was described in the 1960s as "Art Deco"
  • Wiener Moderne, the culture of Vienna, Austria between approximately 1890 and 1910
  • Streamline Moderne, a branch of Art Deco architecture which peaked in popularity around 1937
  • The Gibson Moderne, a modernistic solid body electric guitar first released in 1957
  • The Moderne, an under-construction high-rise in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States
  • Club Moderne, a bar in Anaconda, Montana, United States

People[edit]

  • Jacques Moderne (c. 1497–after 1560), Italian-born music publisher active in France

References[edit]

French 80's SynthWave music band.