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Adolf Franz Karl Viktor Maria Loos (10 December 1870 23 August 1933) was a Moravian-born Austro-Hungarian architect.

. He was influential in European Modern architecture, and in his essay Ornament and Crime he repudiated the florid style of the Vienna Secession, the Austrian version of Art Nouveau. In this and many other essays he contributed to the elaboration of a body of theory and criticism of Modernism in architecture.

Villa Muller, Prague 1930

One thing I like about this building is the bright yellow colored windows.

House on Michaelerplatz, Vienna 1911

What I like about this building is its unique shape.

Albert Kahn was born on March 21, 1869 in Rhaunen, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany. Kahn came to Detroit in 1880 at the age of 11. His father Joseph was trained as a rabbi. His mother Rosalie had a talent for the visual arts and music. As a teenager, he got a job at the architectural firm of Mason and Rice. Kahn won a year's scholarship to study abroad in Europe, where he toured with another young architecture student, Henry Bacon, who would later design the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C.

Motown Building, Motown Center 1923

I like the traditional rectangular shape of the building.

Belle Isle Conservatory, Horticultural Building 1904

What I like about this building is its circular structure and magnificent glass roof.