Jugendstil is a term used in design and furniture to refer to the artistic style and movement that emerged in Europe, particularly in Germany and Austria, at the end of the 19th century and the beginning of the 20th century. It is often translated as youth style or art nouveau. Jugendstil furniture is typically characterized by its organic forms, flowing lines, and intricate patterns inspired by nature. It often incorporates elements such as curved lines, floral motifs, and ornamental details. The Jugendstil movement aimed to break away from the more traditional and academic styles of the past, and instead sought to create a new and modern aesthetic. Decorative style in Germany, contemporary with the Art Nouveau in France. Also called Youth Style.