Oskar Kokoschka, Gertrud and Arnold Sch├Ânberg, and Adolf Loos in Berlin’s Bristol Bar, 1927.

“In the beginning was cladding. Man sought shelter from inclement weather
and protection and warmth while he slept. He sought to cover himself. The
covering is the oldest architectural detail.”

Adolf Loos, The Principle of Cladding
(stealing the clothes of Gottfried Semper).

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