Studio introduction


Contextual reading: John Foot Milan After the Miracle: City, Culture and Identity Berg Oxford and New York 2001

The studio introduction will take place in room 502 10.00am Thursday 28


Dressings: Loos and Architectural Tailoring. Talk by Eamonn Canniffe.


Massimo Cacciari, Architecture and Nihilism: On the Philosophy of Contemporary Architecture, Yale University Press New Haven 1993

Beatriz Colomina, Å‚The Split Wall: Domestic Voyeurism in Colomina (ed) Space and Sexuality Princeton Papers on Architecture Vol.1
Princeton New Jersey 1992

Beatriz Colomina, Privacy and Publicity: Modern Architecture as Mass Media, M.I.T. Press Cambridge Massachusetts 1994

Kenneth Frampton, The Architecture of Adolf Loos, Arts Council of Great Britain London 1985

Hélčne Furján, “Dressing down: Adolf Loos and the politics of ornament” The Journal of Architecture, Volume 8, Number 1 / March, 2003

Benedetto Gravagnuolo, Adolf Loos: Theory and Works, Art Data: Idea Books Edizioni Milan 1982

Adolf Loos, Spoken into the Void: Collected Essays 1897-1900 Opposition Books M.I.T. Press Cambridge Massachusetts 1982

Jules Lubbock, “Adolf Loos and the English Dandy” Architectural Review 1983

Mary McLeod Å‚Undressing Architecture: Gender, Fashion and Modernity in Fausch, Singley, El-Khoury, and Efrat, Zvi Architecture: In Fashion
Princeton Architectural Press New York 1994

Ludwig Munz and Gustav Kunstler, Adolf Loos: Pioneer of Modern Architecture, Thames and Hudson London 1966

Hans Richter, Dada Art and Anti-Art, Thames and Hudson London 1965

Max Risselada (ed), Raumplan versus Plan Libre, Rizzoli New York 1989

Carl E. Schorske, Fin-de-siecle Vienna: Politics and Culture, Cambridge University Press Cambridge 1981

Mark Wigley, White Walls, Designer Dresses: The Fashioning of Modern Architecture, M.I.T. Press Cambridge Massachusetts 1995

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