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A reconstructed analysis of Adolf Loos’s unbuilt House for Josephine Baker, wherein the voyeuristic desires of the architect are made manifest in… Read More
A reconstructed analysis of Adolf Loos’s unbuilt House for Josephine Baker, wherein the voyeuristic desires of the architect are made manifest in the program and structure of the project. The cinematic ‘unrolling’ of highly sequenced spaces reveals an architecture where the act of observation is elevated to a performance between the guests and host; a performance so intense it approaches levels similar to that of worship for the occupant. Read Less
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A reconstructed analysis of Adolf Loos’s unbuilt House for Josephine Baker, wherein the voyeuristic desires of the architect are made manifest in the program and structure of the project. The cinematic ‘unrolling’ of highly sequenced spaces reveals an architecture where the act of observation is elevated to a performance between the guests and host; a performance so intense it approaches levels similar to that of worship for the occupant.


Professor - Casey Rehm