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Loos after Loos: What Happened to the Raumplan After 1933?

JACKSON, L.

Originální název

Loos after Loos: What Happened to the Raumplan After 1933?

Anglický název

Loos after Loos: What Happened to the Raumplan After 1933?

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

In 1931, the Vienna publishing house Anton Schroll & Co. published Heinrich Kulka’s extensive monograph on Adolf Loos. In his text, Kulka discussed Loos’s idea of being an architect, he wrote about ornament and the reduction of ornament, and then, on about one page, he outlined Loos’s space concept, which he named “raumplan”. After Loos’s death in 1933, many of his apprentices continued designing “in the Loos manner”, as Heinrich Kulka promoted his projects from the mid-1930s. What was the real purpose of the invention and use of the term “raumplan“ by Loos’s pupils and has there been anything like that after Loos’s death? The lecture will try to answer this question using examples of post-Loos works by Heinrich Kulka and Kurt Unger from 1933 to 1939.

Anglický abstrakt

In 1931, the Vienna publishing house Anton Schroll & Co. published Heinrich Kulka’s extensive monograph on Adolf Loos. In his text, Kulka discussed Loos’s idea of being an architect, he wrote about ornament and the reduction of ornament, and then, on about one page, he outlined Loos’s space concept, which he named “raumplan”. After Loos’s death in 1933, many of his apprentices continued designing “in the Loos manner”, as Heinrich Kulka promoted his projects from the mid-1930s. What was the real purpose of the invention and use of the term “raumplan“ by Loos’s pupils and has there been anything like that after Loos’s death? The lecture will try to answer this question using examples of post-Loos works by Heinrich Kulka and Kurt Unger from 1933 to 1939.

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@misc{BUT170554,
  author="Ladislav {Jackson}",
  title="Loos after Loos: What Happened to the Raumplan After 1933?",
  annote="In 1931, the Vienna publishing house Anton Schroll & Co. published Heinrich Kulka’s extensive monograph on Adolf Loos. In his text, Kulka discussed Loos’s idea of being an architect, he wrote about ornament and the reduction of ornament, and then, on about one page, he outlined Loos’s space concept, which he named “raumplan”. After Loos’s death in 1933, many of his apprentices continued designing “in the Loos manner”, as Heinrich Kulka promoted his projects from the mid-1930s. What was the real purpose of the invention and use of the term “raumplan“ by Loos’s pupils and has there been anything like that after Loos’s death? The lecture will try to answer this question using examples of post-Loos works by Heinrich Kulka and Kurt Unger from 1933 to 1939.",
  address="Conference: Adolf Loos - In Search of Space for Modern Life,  Czech Center, 4. 3. 2021",
  chapter="170554",
  institution="Conference: Adolf Loos - In Search of Space for Modern Life,  Czech Center, 4. 3. 2021",
  year="2021",
  month="march",
  publisher="Conference: Adolf Loos - In Search of Space for Modern Life,  Czech Center, 4. 3. 2021"
}

Odpovědnost: Ing. Marek Strakoš