Adolf Loos

The Austrian architect and theorist Adolf Loos was one of the most influential European figures in the formation of the modernist movement.

His writing had a major impact on the development of 20th century architecture, through his controversial essays that elaborated on his own architectural style by removing ornament and thus a range of social ills.

Loos' influence is reflected in the structures and designs of later modernists, including Le Corbusier and Mies van der Rohe.

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