Villa Mueller Prague, Adolf Loos Building, Modern Czech House, Photo, Architect, Design
Villa Mueller, Prague : Adolf Loos House
Czech Modern Architecture – famous 20th Century Residence: Raumplan concept
Modernist house aka Villa Mueller
Date built: 1930
Architect: Adolf Loos
Nad Hradním vodojemem 14, northwest Prague, Czech Republic
World-famous Modern house, key building by architect Adolf Loos.
The building was commissioned by František Müller and his wife, Milada Müllerová. Mr. Müller was an engineer and co-owned a construction company called Kapsa and Müller. The company specialized in reinforced concrete, developing new construction techniques.
Extract from Adolf Loos Exhibition London in 2011:
Learning to Dwell: Adolf Loos in the Czech Lands
2011 at the RIBA in London, England
Modern Movement building – scanned photo from 1991, by architect adrian welch
Known as an innovative landmark of early modernist architecture, the Villa Müller embodies Loos’ ideas of economy and functionality. The spatial design, known as ‘Raumplan’, is evident in the multi-level parts of individual rooms, indicating their function and symbolic importance. Raumplan is exhibited in the interior as well as the exterior.
Location: Nad Hradním vodojemem 14, Prague, Czech Republic
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Photos © Adrian Welch
The Villa Müller was examined and discussed by architectural historian Beatriz Colomina in the book Sexuality and Space, published in 1992. The publication focused on the relationships between sexuality and space within the structure.
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