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The Looshaus in Vienna is a quintessential example of Wiener Moderne (Vienna Modern Age) architecture (ca. 1890-1910), which eschewed external ornamentation. Upon completion in 1910, it initially shocked Vienna's citizenry, who referred to it as the "house without eyebrows."
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