A recent article discussing the life and work of modernist architect Adolf Loos was published in the New York Review of Books. The writer references Claire Beck Loos’s portrait of… Read more The Private Adolf Loos mentioned in New York Review of Books →
We are pleased to share this lecture by the architectural scholar Christopher Long, Professor at University of Texas at Austin, on the occasion of Adolf Loos’ 150th birthday anniversary. Based… Read more Happy 150th Birthday, Adolf Loos! →
Through five subsections of its Fall exhibit, the Austrian Cultural Forum New York proves how Austrian architects have influenced the spaces around us in all three dimensions. Until February 17th,… Read more A Peak into “Resident Alien,” New York’s nod to Austrian Architects →
We are saddened by the recent death of author, architectural designer, and hotelier Charles Paterson, who with his daughter, Carrie Paterson, founded DoppelHouse Press in 2011…
We must thank journalist and curator David Růžička for mounting and touring the traveling exhibition of Adolf Loos—A Private Portrait with photos by Claire Beck Loos and of the Beck family.
Recommended to all those interested not only in architecture but also in the dynamic era of twenties and thirties. …
“Claire Beck Loos, the Witness of an Era” — exhibition in Pilsen examines the life of architect Adolf Loos through the biography of him written by photographer and author Claire Beck Loos. The Pilsen Synagogue is home to the exhibition all summer.