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  • Adolf Franz Karl Viktor Maria Loos (10 December 1870 – 23 August 1933) was an Austrian and Czech architect and influential European theorist of modern
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  • In 1921 the Austrian architect Adolf Loos completed a plan for a mausoleum for the Austrian Czech art historian Max Dvořák who had died earlier that year
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  • favour of Adolf Loos's 1919 Bauschule. Contemporaneous with Kulka's attendance of the Adolf Loos Bauschule Kulka undertook an apprenticeship with Loos in a
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  • mathematician (1904–1941) Adolf Loos, Austrian architect (1870–1933) Adolf Lu Hitler Marak, Indian politician (born c. 1958) Adolf Lundin, Swedish oil magnate
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  • Steiner House (category Adolf Loos buildings)
    Vienna, Austria. It is considered one of the major works of architect Adolf Loos. Loos was still starting his career in 1910 when he designed and constructed
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  • Looshaus (category Adolf Loos buildings)
    The Looshaus is a building in Vienna designed by Adolf Loos, regarded as one of the central buildings of Viennese Modernism. It marks the departure from
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  • Ornament and Crime was an essay and a lecture by modernist architect Adolf Loos, that criticizes ornament in art, first given on 21 January 1908 in Vienna
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  • Café Museum (category Adolf Loos buildings)
    opened in 1899. The original interior was designed by renowned architect Adolf Loos. The café became a meeting place for Viennese artists. The café is situated
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  • Rufer House (category Adolf Loos buildings)
    Rufer House at Schließmanngasse 11 in Vienna, was designed by architect Adolf Loos in 1922 for Joseph and Marie Rufer. It is considered to be the first example
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  • title Adolf Loos: A Private Portrait. Loos, Claire Beck (2011). Adolf Loos: A Private Portrait. Los Angeles, CA: DoppelHouse Press.  Loos, Claire
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  • Villa Müller (category Adolf Loos buildings)
    (Czech: Müllerova vila, German: Haus Müller) is a building designed by Adolf Loos in 1930. The villa is located in Prague, Czech Republic. The house was
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  • surname include: Adolf Loos (1870-1933), Austrian architect Anita Loos (1888-1981), American screen writer and author Anna Loos (born 1970), German
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  • of architectural models in constant rotation. 1 Adolf Loos. Escritos I 1897-1909 2 Adolf Loos. Escritos II 1910-1933 3 Otto Wagner. La arquitectura
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  • Adler, Egon Friedell, Hugo von Hofmannsthal, Anton Kuh, Adolf Loos, Leo Perutz, Alfred Polgar, Adolf Hitler, and Leon Trotsky. In January 1913 alone, Josip
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  • architectural events and new buildings. January 21 - Architect Adolf Loos delivers the lecture Ornament and Crime in Vienna. April 27 - Futurist
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  • designed by Adolf Loos, completed. Interiors of Café Capua, Herrenmodesalon Kniže and Bridge-Club-Wien, Vienna, all designed by Adolf Loos, completed.
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  • building materials such as steel and iron and encompass it into his work. Adolf Loos designed some of the most well known structures of the period. These included
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  • November 18 - P. Morley Horder, English architect (died 1944) December 10 - Adolf Loos, Austrian-Czech Modernist architect (died 1933). December 15 - Josef Hoffmann
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  • P. Oud 10: Victor Bourgeois Originally, the lot was to be built on by Adolf Loos, but he was scrapped from the list after run-ins with and criticism of
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  • alphabetical order Carl de Vogt Wilhelm Diegelmann Angelo Ferrari Adolf Klein Theodor Loos Erna Morena Sophie Pagay Karl Victor Plagge Helga Thomas Kasten
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