6. Villa Müller
Known as the landmark of revolutionary modernist architecture, the Villa Müller represents Adolf Loos’ low cost and functional spatial designs. In this project which was completed during the 1930s in Prague, Loos incorporated his knowledge of Raumplan in the architecture of both the interior as well as the exterior spaces.
7. Villa Karma
The Villa Karma is a unique example of Adolf Loos’ subtle and intelligent use of the characteristic properties of different building materials.
8. Scheu House
The Scheu House, built by Adolf Loos between 1912-1913, was the first building to utilize a flat roof as an outdoor terrace.
9. The Villa Winternitz
Known for its historical significance and architectural importance, the Villa Winternitz is located in Prague and was the last building to be designed and constructed by Adolf Loos.
10. American Bar
The American Bar is located in central Vienna and depicts Loos’ ability to create a modern and rich impression through simple design.