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Author: Kenneth Frampton,Joseph Rosa,Roberto Schezen
ISBN: 188525413X
Pages: 180 pages
Publisher: The Monacelli Press; First Edition (US) First Printing edition (September 1, 1996)
Language: English
Category: Photography & Video
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e-Book Adolf Loos: Architecture 1903-1932 (Splendor Series) epub download

by Kenneth Frampton,Joseph Rosa,Roberto Schezen



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Informationen zum Titel Adolf Loos: Architecture 1903-1932 aus der Reihe Splendor Series Kenneth Frampton Joseph Rosa Roberto Schezen. Adolf Loos not only was part of the first wave of modern architecture but also served as an important source of inspiration for all architects who followed. He is emblematic of the turn-of-the-century generation that was torn between the traditional culture of the nineteenth century and the innovative modernism of the twentieth.

Adolf Loos not only was part of the first wave of modern architecture but also served as an important source of. .

Adolf Loos not only was part of the first wave of modern architecture but also served as an important source of inspiration for all architects who followed. Loos’s masterful astylistic architecture is captured in this volume by the esteemed photographer Roberto Schezen in over one hundred exceptional photographs.

Items related to Adolf Loos: Architecture 1903-1932 (Splendor Series). The late Roberto Schezen was an internationally renowned photographer whose work is now in the collections of the Museum of Modern Art and the Canadian Centre for Architecture, among others. Roberto Schezen; Kenneth Frampton; Joseph Rosa Adolf Loos: Architecture 1903-1932 (Splendor Series). ISBN 13: 9781885254139. His books include Vienna 1850–1930: Architecture, Newport Houses, and the Splendor series, on the palaces and houses of France, Italy, and Spain. Kenneth Frampton, Ware Professor of Architecture at Columbia University, is a world-renowned critic and historian.

Adolf Loos : Architecture 1903-1932. by Roberto Schezen, Kenneth Frampton, Joseph Rosa. Adolf Loos not only was part of the first wave of modern architecture but also served as an important source of inspiration for all architects who followed

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Adolf Loos: Architecture 1903-1932. Complementing this remarkable visual material is Kenneth Frampton’s perceptive essay, which places Loos within the context of Viennese intellectuals of the time. His circle, which included Arnold Schönberg, Ludwig Wittgenstein, and at the center, Karl Kraus, explored the essential nature of architecture, and the other arts and sciences, through linguistic structures. He is emblematic of the turn-of-the-century generation that was torn between the traditional cult. Joseph Rosa's accompanying descriptions comprehensively discuss each building, from the circumstances surrounding the realization of the projects to the use of Loos's architectural conventions.

Adolf Loos not only was part of the first wave of modern architecture but also served as an important source of inspiration for all architects who followed. He is emblematic of the turn-of-the-century generation that was torn between the traditional culture of the nineteenth century and the innovative modernism of the twentieth. Loos’s masterful “astylistic architecture” is captured in this volume by the esteemed photographer Roberto Schezen in over one hundred exceptional photographs.Starting with the refurbishment of his own apartment in 1903, twenty of Loos’s most significant buildings are beautifully displayed: Villa Karma, the Kärntner Bar, the Goldman & Salatsch Michaelerplatz Building, the Zentralsparkasse Bank, and the Steiner, Scheu, Moller, and Müller houses. Schezen’s vivid color and luminous black-and-white photographs display each building in detail, showing both the formal characteristics and the rich textures and materials Loos most frequently used.Complementing this remarkable visual material is Kenneth Frampton’s perceptive essay, which places Loos within the context of Viennese intellectuals of the time. His circle, which included Arnold Schönberg, Ludwig Wittgenstein, and at the center, Karl Kraus, explored the essential nature of architecture, and the other arts and sciences, through linguistic structures. Frampton identifies the hallmarks that Loos derived from these structures and with which he created his work: the blank, “degree-zero” exterior with its luxurious interior; his commentary on architecture’s position between art and function, plus subtle recollections of both the classic and the vernacular. All these ploys were to subvert typical architectural expectations. Joseph Rosa’s accompanying descriptions comprehensively discuss each building, from the circumstances surrounding the realization of the projects to the use of Loos’s architectural conventions.From the Hardcover edition.
Justie
When this book was first published in 1996 (see ISBN 978-1885254139) it was quite special, because so few things had been published in English on Adolf Loos. However in 2009 -- this is merely a marketing ploy .... same book, even the same OLD photos, now just more expensive. Since the 1996 publication .. the Müller house has been completely restored, and lots of new material has come to light. If you want this book ... buy a used copy of the original (ISBN noted above). otherwise check out the 2007 publication by SKIRA (ISBN: 978-8876246432).
Downloaded
Great book but each project needs more photos and plan drawings. Some project only have one photo and that is not enough to understand the design.
Wel
This affordable album at 10.1 x 10.2 inches (25.5 x 25.7 cm) and with 180 pages contains: a few pages of Introduction titled "Adolf Loos: The Architect as Master Builder" and reflecting the book content, 21 projects - each shortly described on a page followed by several good full page photos (totaling in approx. 150 incl. approx. 50 in color), a short list of main projects, and a bibliography. This is a non-technical book without plans, sections, details, etc. Much better ISBN 8876246436 costs a fortune and thus it is not a valid alternative, but ISBN 0847804143 is, especially in paperback. Also, ISBN 1878271806/1568983425 is more technical while ISBN 382282772x is in a similar style, but shorter by a half, so... inferior.