Architectural style found principally in buildings constructed in the 1930s following the earlier Art Deco. Buildings were streamlined and decorated with stucco and chromium, as if the buildings appeared like automobiles. Pigmented structural glass was also commonly used. A horizontal band of ribbon windows was a common feature. Art Moderne was inspired by the Paris International Exposition of 1937. National Park Service prefers the use of Moderne, and to not use the terms Art Moderne, Modernistic, or Streamlined Moderne. Modernistic was a derogatory term for a copy or imitation.