Hoffmann is responsible for the Purkersdorf Sanatorium and its entire interior design. His unmistakable style runs through the entire complex, from the entrance hall to the dining room and bedrooms, from the lamps to the armchairs and cutlery. Hoffmann also designed the Palais Stoclet near Brussels, which has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2009 and houses the famous Stoclet tile by Gustav Klimt. In addition to architecture, Hoffmann devoted himself above all to design and other creative elements. Many contemporary artists orientate themselves on the design language of the Austrian, who still has a great influence today. Especially when it comes to reduced design.
He designed tableware or glassware, for example for J. & L. Lobmeyr. Many of his patterns are still reproduced today. The Backhausen company has an extensive archive of his work, many fabrics are inspired by sketches and drawings by the architect. His set tables are particularly popular, but also his cube-shaped armchair and his seating machine. Many of his designs are permanently exhibited in Vienna at the Museum of Applied Arts (MAK), some pieces of furniture are still produced in series by the Wittmann company.
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