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unbuilt Chicago Herald Tribune by Adolf Loos, 1922

unbuilt Chicago Herald Tribune by Adolf Loos, 1922

Salto di scala - Adolf Loos - Progetto per il concorso del Chicago Tribune

Salto di scala - Adolf Loos - Progetto per il concorso del Chicago Tribune

ADOLF LOOS, Fassadenentwurf mit Fensteraufteilung für die Villa Josef und Marie Rufer, Wien, 1922 (Detail)

ADOLF LOOS, Fassadenentwurf mit Fensteraufteilung für die Villa Josef und Marie Rufer, Wien, 1922 (Detail)

#57 - Form follows Function  "ornament is crime"-Adolf Loos  Modernist architects echoed this statement and cleasnsed their buildings of all ornament.   Müller house 1928. Adolf Loos

#57 - Form follows Function "ornament is crime"-Adolf Loos Modernist architects echoed this statement and cleasnsed their buildings of all ornament. Müller house 1928. Adolf Loos

Adolf Loos, Horner House, 1912  Adolf Loos Architecture    Adolf Loos. House for Helene Harner in Vienna, 1912-1913

Adolf Loos, Horner House, 1912 Adolf Loos Architecture Adolf Loos. House for Helene Harner in Vienna, 1912-1913

Jugendstil interior    "The Gesamtkunstwerk (“total work of art”) was a central concept in the Jugendstil (“youth style”).  The living rooms and the work spaces should not be exempt from the work of art.  Ornate carvings and paintings were added to furniture, lifting the chair beyond its simple facade as a function of reclining."

HY Art #110703: Gesamtkunstwerk in early 20th Century Vienna

Jugendstil interior "The Gesamtkunstwerk (“total work of art”) was a central concept in the Jugendstil (“youth style”). The living rooms and the work spaces should not be exempt from the work of art. Ornate carvings and paintings were added to furniture, lifting the chair beyond its simple facade as a function of reclining."

The house for the Romanian poet and Dadaist Tristan Tzara and his wife, the painter Knitson, was designed and built by the Austrian architect Adolf Loos between 1925 and 1926.

Adolf Loos, Tristan Tzara House, Paris (1925-1926)

The house for the Romanian poet and Dadaist Tristan Tzara and his wife, the painter Knitson, was designed and built by the Austrian architect Adolf Loos between 1925 and 1926.

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