a+u 2018:06 Adolf Loos: From Interior to Urban City
a+u’s June 2018 issue continues our feature on the life and work of Adolf Loos, with guest editor Yoshio Sakurai. While the May issue considered Loos’ experiments with residences, this issue surveys 36 works with the intention of forging a relationship between the treatment of Loos’ interiors and his thinking on urbanity.
Organizationally, the issue is divided into 4 chapters: Residential Additions and Alteration Plans, Interior Design, Collective Housing, and Mixed-use Facilities.
a+u Adolf Loos: From Interior to Urban City features: Introduction The Oeuvre of Adolf Loos Yoshio Sakurai Project Maps and List Works Chapter 1: Residential Addition and Alteration Plans – Potential Residential Remodeling Villa Karma Villa Duschnitz Villa Mandle Villa Strasser Villa Reitler Brummel House Chapter 2: Shop Design Planning and Residential Interior Design – Creating the Feeling of Intimacy Café Museum Loos Apartment Kärntner Bar Knize Gentleman’s Fitting Shop Manz Bookshop Boskovitz Apartment Vogl House Kraus House Hugo Semler House Oskar Semler House Chapter 3: Collective Housing – Pursuing the Reality of Livelihood Lainz Social Housing Hirschstetten Social Housing Heuberg Social Housing Social Housing Project Building System “House with One Wall” Laaerberg Social Housing Apartment House in Modenapark Small Apartments for the Municipality of Vienna Winarsky-hof (Otto-Haas-hof) Group of 20 Villas with Roof Terraces Werkbund Social Housing for Two Families Chapter 4: Mixed-used Facilities – Symbolic and Monumental Characteristic City Development Plan, Vienna, First District, Map of Vienna with Projected Regulation Friedrichstraße Hotel Gartenbau-gründe Project Loos House Hotel in Paris Office Project in Paris Grand Hotel Babylon Multifunctional Building in Tianjin The Chicago Tribune Column Application Drawings Columns Adolf Loos’s Space as Seen from Model Production Shohei Yoshida Conclusion: Modernism and the Avoidance of Style Yoshio Sakurai Essay Series, vol. 2 Temple and Shrine Carpentry and Technique Suguru Kanata