Adolf Loos

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Noun1.Adolf Loos - Austrian architect (1870-1933)
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Adolf Loos, Otto Wagner and Josef Frank all created models for Thonet.
Based on the novel Bruges-la-mort by Belgian symbolist author Georges Rodenbach, it features a libretto by the then 22-year-old Korngold and his father under the name of 'Paul Schott." The spectre of WWI casts long shadows across both the novel and the opera, as does the creative and intellectual atmosphere from which it arose--the Secessionist Vienna of Sigmund Freud and Adolf Loos as well as the Second Viennese School of Alban Berg and Arnold Schoenberg.
It was designed by Adolf Loos, the controversial modernist architect responsible for a lot of Vienna's landscape.
An exact contemporary of Adolf Loos's Goldman & Salatsch Building in Vienna--which ruffled Viennese feathers with its unadorned severity --Lajta's shop-cum-apartment block presents a perfect bridge between the stolid historicism of the 19th-century city and the stripped modernity of the 20th century.
LA's Bureau Spectacular returns to Adolf Loos's iconic Villa Miiller from 1930, lampooning the Prague landmark's vaunted domesticity by remodeling its interior within a fur-covered periscope to produce an interactive model that serves as a sort of architectural peep show for passersby.
The denunciation of ornamentation was emphatically expressed in the early twentieth century in a collection of texts by architect Adolf Loos, Ornament and Crime, published in 1931.
Central to her message was Austrian architect Adolf Loos's 1910 lecture "Ornament and Crime," a diatribe against decoration that seemed unusually preoccupied with criminals and women.
He had, in spite of his youth, a surprising maturity of musical conception." Also in Pilsen on 19 September, a refurbished apartment, designed by celebrated architect Adolf Loos, will be the venue for an evening of cabaret music from the Terezin Ghetto.
Desde disenadores de referencia como Dieter Rams, Ettore Sottsass o Terence Conran, arquitectos como Adolf Loos, Jan Kaplicky o Rem Koolhaas, cineastas como Alfred Hitchcock, Peter Greenaway o King Vidor, pasando por marcas como Habitat, Ikea o Kodak.