Adolf Loos Jugendstil Mantelpiece – Clock

Adolf Loos Jugendstil Mantelpiece – Clock

Adolf Loos Jugendstil Mantelpiece-Clock Solid Brass Facetted Glass , Re-Edition

Otto Wagner and his student Adolf Loos created an architectural and design syntax derived entirely from functional requirements. They rejected the concept of ornamentation for its own sake.

Description

Mantelpiece clock, often used by Adolf Loos in houses he designed. Casted brass-frame on four Rhomboid legs, strengthened edges leading to octagonal side frames, faceted glasses, closable front door, “free-floating” clockwork mounted on the back-side, painted clock-face, brass clockwork with spring drive. Vgl. Rukschcio/Schachel, Adolf Loos, Wien 1982, S 45. Designed 1900, now manufactured at the WOKA Workshop in Vienna.

Designed by Adolf Loos

 

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