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Adolf Loos

Adolf Loos (December 12, 1870 in Brno, Czechia - August 8, 1933 in Vienna, Austria) was an early twentieth century Viennese modernist architect (associated with International style[?]). In addition to his architecture Loose is noteworthy for his "Ornament and Crime[?]" manifesto.

Important Works include:

  • Steiner House, Austria, 1910
  • Rufer House, Austria, 1922
  • Khuner Villa, Austria, 1930
  • Villa Müller, Prague, Czechia, 1930

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