A refined and timeless object. Elegance, shape lightness and everyday life. Adolf Loos’s famous chair has today been revived thanks to new production techniques that successfully leave its artisan quality unaltered. Inspired by Thonet catalogue models nos. 14 and 30, and Kohn catalogue model no. 248, the Loos Café Museum was specifically designed to furnish the famous Café Museum in Vienna in 1898. The innovative structure uses elliptical, rather than round, cross sections to give a light aesthetic without compromising stability. The Loos Café Museum has a curved seat frame formed as a single piece, with or without dipped seat. The seat back has a partially oval section
Adolf Loos (Brno 1870 – Kalksburg, Vienna, 1933), was an architect and a valid representative of a renewal in architecture, which included sacrificing all forms of superfluous formalism. In stark contrast with Vienna eclecticism and particularly theGo to the Page
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