Author: Josef Hoffmann,Adolf Loos,Christoph Thun-hohenstein,Matthias Boeckl,Christian Witt-dorring
Language: German English
Publisher: Birkhauser Architecture; Bilingual edition (January 29, 2015)
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Wege Der Moderne, Wa. .by Christian Thun-Hohenstein.
Wege Der Moderne, Wa. In vielen Abbildungen werden nicht nur die Hauptwerke von Hoffmann und Loos, sondern auch die ihrer Vorganger wie Otto Wagner und Nachfolger wie Josef Frank illustriert.
WAYS TO MODERNISM Josef Hoffmann, Adolf Loos, and Their Impact. Press Conference Opening Exhibition Venue. After living in the United states for three years, Adolf Loos brought a completely new image of modern culture back to Vienna, which he spread in polemical newspaper articles and demonstrated in the famous Looshaus (1910–1911) on Michaelerplatz. His brilliant writings continue to be read and regarded as the Old Testament of modernism.
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Josef Hoffmann and Adolf Loos, the two most important architects in turn-of-the-century Vienna, were born five days apart in 1870, a few dozen miles from each other in Moravia, then part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire and now in the Czech Republic. Their friendship, rivalry and divergent philosophies of Modernism are explored in a riveting new exhibit at the Austrian Museum of Applied Arts (MAK). Ways to Modernism: Josef Hoffmann, Adolf Loos, and Their Impact, on view until April 19, examines their contrasting attitudes toward individual expression, style, decoration and consumer culture.
Josef Hoffmann, Adolf Loos und die Folgen, and Their Impact . Ed. by Thun-Hohenstein, Christoph, Boeckl, Matthias, Witt-Dörring, Christian. Two different concepts for a modern way of life were created: Hoffmann promoted a comprehensive aestheticization of all spheres of life, while Loos interpreted architecture and design as the functional background for the development of individual personalities. The key works of Hoffmann and Loos - as well as those of their predecessors such as Otto Wagner, and successors such as Josef Frank - are richly illustrated. Supplementary Information.
Josef Hoffmann and Adolf Loos were an integral part of a period during the late .
Josef Hoffmann and Adolf Loos were an integral part of a period during the late 19th and early 20th centuries when long-established viewpoints on the arts would be vehemently challenged. There was a drive to renounce traditional modes of thinking about art, design and architecture and to present a modern mindset. The exhibition Ways to Modernism: Josef Hoffmann, Adolf Loos, and Their Impact is set across five segments (chapters). Anonymous after an English example: Chair model used by Adolf Loos e. g. in the Otto and Olga Beck residence (1908) and the Grethe Hentschel residential studio (1914). Hummel collection, Vienna.
Josef Hoffmann and Adolf Loos, the two most important architects in turn-of-the-century Vienna, were born five days apart in 1870, a few dozen miles from each other in Moravia, then part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire and now in the Czech Republic To Read the Full Story.
Josef Hoffmann, Adolf Loos, and Their Impact. Adolf Loos, Bedroom in the Lina and Adolf Loos apartment, Vienna, 1st district, Bösendorferstraße 3, 1903 (reconstruction). Josef Hoffmann, Adolf Loos, and Their Impact.
The exhibition, which was organized by Christian Witt-Dörring and Matthias Boeckl, begins by charting the birth.
They have now been reconstructed as the centerpieces of Ways to Modernism: Josef Hoffmann, Adolf Loos and Their Impact, an exhibition that runs through April 19 at MAK, the Austrian Museum of Applied Arts/Contemporary Art in Vienna, and illustrates their designers’ conflicting visions of modernity at a time of renewed interest in their work