The title is a play on words. Adolf Loos was an influential and famous Viennese architect (1870-1933). The film is dedicated to him. 'Los gelöst' ranges in meaning from solved, through to loosened, detached or severed. Something (possibly including Loos) is being solved or let go. This "spatial film essay" is the essayist, and presents "a portrait about space, art and man", by a considered melding of filmic material using various experimental techniques. Architecture of the frame, architecture of human's being: is it a seat? or a drum? or a 'lazy Susan'?, and what are they sitting on? Because, "...using film as a material for building a model means necessarily foregoing the copying function...".