In 1927, Austrian modernist architect Adolf Loos designed a home specifically for 21-year-old Josephine Baker, who had just moved to Paris. The problem was that Baker had not officially commissioned a home from Loos, so the house was never built. Still, the design of his Baker house has intrigued architects and designers ever since. The bizarre details include a third-story pool, windows with no view, and stairs that go everywhere. This video takes a tour through what might have been.
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