What is Pueblo Deco?

Pueblo Deco is a distinctively American architecture and design style that combines the elements of the Pueblo Revival, Native American Art, and Art Deco design styles. The Pueblo Deco style is most commonly associated with America’s Southwest region. It can be found throughout Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico and Arizona.

What are the Art Deco Building Styles?

The most commonly defined styles of Art Deco are Zigzag, PWA/WPA, Streamline, Art Modern, and Retro Deco styles. Each of these styles is described briefly below and will be described in more detail in future posts. The styles have been supplemented with several regional Art Deco styles like Pueblo Deco, the Miami Beach style and in some cases Frank Lloyd Wright’s Organic Style.