Mar 16, 2016 · Designed by Rudolf Schindler in 1921, the architect’s use of tilt-slab concrete construction (highly innovative at the time) and an informal studio layout, set it apart from its contemporaries;...
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The Schindler House serves as the headquarters of MAK Center for Art and Architecture, developed in a cooperation agreement between the preservationist group Friends of Schindler House and the MAK Center. You can book a ticket or plan your visitation here. History of the House The Schindler House has the inevitability of a masterpiece.
May 12, 2019 · Schindler designed this two-family house in 1921, while still working on the Hollyhock House. It is an unusual two-family home—four rooms (spaces, really) were envisioned for the four occupants, Clyde, and Marian Chace and Rudolph and Pauline Schindler, with a communal kitchen shared by both couples.
Jul 12, 2019 · Architect Rudolph Schindler’s Lechner House is finally ready for a second life in Studio City. Following a two-year renovation that returned the home to its original form, the eye-catching estate...
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Lovell Beach House, Newport Beach, Balboa, California, designed by Rudolph Schindler in 1922 Rudolph Michael Schindler (born Rudolf Michael Schlesinger (September 10, 1887 - August 22, 1953) was an Austrian-born American architect whose most important works were built in or near Los Angeles during the early to mid-twentieth century.
Sep 30, 2008 · How House - Rudolph Schindler Another beauty by Viennese-Californian architect Rudolph Schindler, from 1925 when he first settled in California, in that marvelously creative period between the wars when he helped define the best of Californian 'modernism' -- which said modernists were mostly too dim to appreciate.
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Jul 02, 2013 · The idea of living in an A-frame was inspired by Rudolph Schindler, an Austrian-born architect, who worked for Frank Lloyd Wright in Chicago, and then eventually settled in California. Schindler built a home in Lake Arrowhead, California in 1936 for costume designer Gisela Bennati.
10. R M Schindler, description of the Wolfe House, Schindler Collection, ucsb. 11. Wolfe School of Costume Designing catalogue, Schindler Collection, ucsb. It was the ﬁrst house he built on a steeply sloping site: in this respect it was a forerunner for the many projects he was to design in the 1930s in the