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ORCADES: 1948 - Intro brochure w/ interiors

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Orient Line:  A sixteen-page interiors brochure from around 1948 for Orient Line's first post-war liner, the ORCADES.

The decor was mid-century modern with a few ye-olde-English charms tossed in.  It was penned by Brian O'Rorke, genius behind the ORION of 1935 who would go on to design the interiors of all Orient liners through the ORIANA of 1960.  Copy writers correctly called it when they wrote that the interiors would appeal to modern travelers who "appreciate in their ships space, clean lines, simple materials, and an absence of complicated detail."  The ORCADES' exterior design of a bridge close to the funnel topped by a single tripod mast would be the basis for all future Orient Line ships.

Full page b&w photos for First Class show the outdoor Arena, Dining Saloon, Lounge, Dance Space, Cafe, Restaurant, a single-berth cabin, and a two-berth cabin.  Tourist Class "B" photos show the Games Deck, Dining Saloon, Lounge, a four-berth cabin, and a two-berth cabin.

Very good condition.
$35.00
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