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Villa Muller

£100.00

Product description

The Villa Muller, built in Prague in 1930, is one of Loos's best designs. Inaccessible for twenty years, this seminal work never received the exposure commensurate with its position in the history of modern architecture - until now. The authors are among the first scholars to have been admitted into the building, and their meticulous research and documentation has yielded an indispensable book for anyone interested in the work of this modern master. Their work reveals Loos's original palette of materials and colours, and a series of design submissions at a local building office in Prague, which disclose new information about Loos's design methods. Illustrated in colour and black-and-white, Villa Muller includes a foreword by John Hejduk.

Hard Cover published in 1996. Dust jacket has a crease on the inside fold and there is a gift message on the first page from the previous owner adding to the charm element. Overall this book is in excellent condition.

Item details

Author(s):
L.Van Duzer; K. Kleinman
Condition:
Fine
Edition:
1996
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
1878271814
ISBN-13:
9781878271815
Number of pages:
105
Publisher:
Princeton Architectural Press
Title:
Villa Muller

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The Villa Muller, built in Prague in 1930, is one of Loos's best designs. Inaccessible for twenty years, this seminal work never received the exposure commensurate with its position in the history of modern architecture - until now. The authors are among the first scholars to have been admitted into the building, and their meticulous research and documentation has yielded an indispensable book for anyone interested in the work of this modern master. Their work reveals Loos's original palette of materials and colours, and a series of design submissions at a local building office in Prague, which disclose new information about Loos's design methods. Illustrated in colour and black-and-white, Villa Muller includes a foreword by John Hejduk.

Hard Cover published in 1996. Dust jacket has a crease on the inside fold and there is a gift message on the first page from the previous owner adding to the charm element. Overall this book is in excellent condition.

Author(s):
L.Van Duzer; K. Kleinman
Condition:
Fine
Edition:
1996
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
1878271814
ISBN-13:
9781878271815
Number of pages:
105
Publisher:
Princeton Architectural Press
Title:
Villa Muller

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