28, Dez, 2009
Architect: Adolf Loos
Location: Praha, Czech
Entrance elevation with decorative set back at the left corner to have the staircase windows in the line of symmetry.
Entrance with vestibule and steps up to the salon. Niche outside for sitting bench and plant pot beneath entrance.
Main level. Concept of living space: salon with sitting facilities for relax and communication, dining room on higher level. Library(gentlemen's room), boudoir(Ladies' room) and kitchen are separated. Control of the salon by the interior window in the boundoir. The lady of the house has from her room her own stairs for access to the salon.
Entrance niche with an outdoor bench in travertine. On the right, plant pot; on the left, main entrance door.
Vestibule on entrance level with dark blue ceiling. Opening to stairs leading to the main hall. Very low room height.
Veiw from entrance corridor to vestibule and stairs to salon. At the wall large high glossy green emailed ceramic tiles.
View in salon to the fireplace with the original furniture selected by Loos and his client. Landscaping painting at the wall.
Veiw in salon of opposite side with original furniture selected by Loos and his client. Landscaping paintings at the wall. Window above and stair are the connections to boudoir.
View from dining room to open to first floor. The left door of the wall cupboard provides access to the kitchen.
Master bedroom. Curtains, wallpaper and the daycover of the bed in the same textile material. Soft and intimate atmosphere.
View into Japanese summer dining room on top floor with window to roof terrace.
All inside images and plans are from 『Adolf Loos: Works and Projects』
Villa Müller(Official Site)
Adolf Loos: Works and Projects(Book)