Adolf Loos on Trial

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In early September 1928, Viennese police arrested the famed architect Adolf Loos. The charge was child molestation. The arrest and subsequent trial not only set the forces of the right against those of the left, but also the city's avant-gardists against their conservative critics. This volume documents the controversy that engulfed Vienna's art and architecture world.Christopher Long is Distinguished Professor at University of Texas, Austin School of Architecture, and the author of The Looshaus (Yale, 2012) and The New Space (Yale, 2016).
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In early September 1928, Viennese police arrested the famed architect Adolf Loos. The charge was child molestation. The arrest and subsequent trial not only set the forces of the right against those of the left, but also the city's avant-gardists against their conservative critics. This volume documents the controversy that engulfed Vienna's art and architecture world.Christopher Long is Distinguished Professor at University of Texas, Austin School of Architecture, and the author of The Looshaus (Yale, 2012) and The New Space (Yale, 2016).
  • Author
    Long, Christopher
  • Publisher
    KANT
  • Release
    April 2018
  • Binding
    flexi
  • Format
    176 pages. 23 b/w. 15.2 x 24.1 cm
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    o/s at publisher
  • Status for Website
    reprinting