(Credit: The Metropolitan Museum of Art)

This is an absurdly ornate design style common to France in the 1700s. Rococo design includes complex facades with swirling circular patterns.

It’s often confused for Baroque style.

Why I Looked It Up

At some point I wrote down in my notes that someone said “that has a real Rococo vibe.” I failed to note who said this, or where I heard it.

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