Adolf Loos Private Spaces
Adolf Loos held that a building should have a soberly discreet exterior, reserving all its riches for its interior. Given that, any real appreciation of the spatial complexity of the work of one of the most misunderstood architects of the twentieth century requires engagement with his interiors, which this book does, brilliantly.
Sin existencias en este momento. Si desea información sobre el libro, por favor contacte con firstname.lastname@example.org