The Looshaus (1911) was built by Adolf Loos for the firm Goldman & Salatsch. The building, which was listed in 1947, and whose façade was left deliberately bare, had a considerable impact. Located opposite the Hofburg, it encapsulated all that separated the architecture of the Old Town from new trends. The building is home to a bank and a museum dedicated to architecture.
Address:Michaelerplatz 3, 1010 Wien
Price:free of charge
museum: Mon-Fri 9am-3pm, Thu 5.30pm
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