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Rococo
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The Fountainhead
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  • He and Keating had put their best efforts into designing the most ornate of all Rococo palaces for future patrons who could pay twenty-five dollars per day per room and who were fond of plaster flowers, marble cupids and open elevator cages of bronze lace.
  • You’ll build Colonial houses, Rococo hotels and semi-Grecian office buildings.

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  • The Rococo is even more ornate than Baroque.
  • A massive chandelier hung from a ceiling painted with a rococo design of golden arrows in flight.
    Cassandra Clare  --  City of Heavenly Fire

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