Adolf Loos, Villa Moller, Vienna, Austria, 1927
Adolf Loos, Villa Moller, St. -Veit-Gasse, 1130 Wien, Austria, Austria, 1927
Although in 1927 Loos lived in Paris, in one of his trips to Vienna he was commissioned by the textile businessman Hans Moller to design your house on a plot he owned in the capital Austrian.
Loos accepts the commission and with it the way they work “networking” while Zlatko Neumann, one of his aides, the plans prepared in Paris, the other a former student, Jacques Groag executed controlled planes and works in Vienna.
• Front Garden
The gear of the spaces is a work of art similar to Villa Müller in Prague and as in this level breaks apart plant and connect the living room in the dining room or other environments.
- First floor
The entrance hall, on a lower level, is notable for the many stairs, balustrades or handrails and especially having access to the top floor, which features five changes of direction of 90 ° from the entrance to the lobby.
From the lobby to access the music room or living room, overlooking the garden and connected to the dining room in one corner of which was placed a corner seat, similar to the Villa Müller holds in the cabinet Mrs. and like the opportunity you have to climb a few steps to reach it.
The homeowner’s office is also on this floor, together with kitchen and library.
- Second floor
This plant is all the same level and in it are the 5 bedrooms available housing, communicated via a transverse hallway also gives access to a large bathroom.
The separation between the bedrooms basically performed with wood cabinets serving as partition walls.
- Third floor
A spiral staircase connects the first floor to the second, consisting of two rooms and a large terrace.
“Villa Moller – Ficha, Fotos Y Planos – Wikiarquitectura”. 2017. Wikiarquitectura. http://en.wikiarquitectura.com/index.php/Villa_Moller.
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