Adolf Loos only designed a partial reconstruction of the living and dining rooms, along with the relaxation area, in the apartment of local entrepreneur Leo Brummel. The contractual finances for this renovation were considerably smaller than with Loos’ other works. The built-in furniture was made of cheaper spruce wood and it was painted with a high gloss automotive varnish of dark red combined with black slatting. Part of the furniture survived to today. The interior currently belongs to a private owner who actually lives in this space and, therefore, it is not accessible to the public.

Other interiors

B10 10 Bendova Street
K12 10 Klatovska Street
H58 58 Husova Street
K110 110 Klatovska Street
K19 19 Klatovska Street
P6 6 Placheho Street
K140 140 Klatovska Street
NR22 22 Republic Square
  • B10

    10 Bendova Street
    The Apartment of the Kraus Family

    Accessible Part of
    Guided Tour 1

  • K12

    12 Klatovska Street
    The Apartment of Dr. Vogl

    Accessible Part of
    Guided Tour 1

  • H58

    58 Husova Street
    The Brummel House

    Accessible Part of
    Guided Tour 2

  • K110

    110 Klatovska Street
    The Semler House

    Temporarily closed

  • P6

    6 Placheho Street
    Richard Hirsch's Apartment

    Only open occasionally
    Guided Tour 4

  • K19

    19 Klatovska Street
    Hugo Semler's Apartment

    Only open occasionally
    Guided Tour 4

  • K140

    140 Klatovska Street
    Leo Brummel's Apartment

    Not accessible by the public

  • NR22

    22 Republic Square
    Weiner's Apartment

    Not accessible by the public