Don’t miss this awesome exhibition about Adolf Loos in Vienna.
Here some official insights about him:
Adolf Loos, born in 1870, lived and worked at the time of the Art Nouveau movement. But in contrast to Otto Wagner and others, he rejected the ornamentation of the period. His buildings and everyday objects were to be plain and unadorned. Loos’ influence on the building culture of the past 100 years is now the subject of the exhibition “Loos. Zeitgenössisch” in the MAK -Austrian Museum of Applied Art/Contemporary Art His minimal aesthetic paradigms and radical concept for an ethical world architecture found their way into the works of numerous architects of the Modern era – More on…http://www.vienna.info/en/sightseeing/museums-exhibitions/adolf-loos