“schindler established his practice there in 1922 with his own kings road house — a house designed as live-work space for two couples with a shared kitchen and an apartment for guests. schindler’s work focused on the integration of interior space and exterior space using complex interlocking volumes and strongly articulated sections.”

07/06/2012 § 1 Comment

photography: nic allinder
architecture:  rudolph schindler, schindler house (1922)

 

part two of an impromptu peaceful roof top series (inspired by yesterday’s post).  part three to come very quickly.  the above photograph was taken during a trip to los angeles back in 2005.  hopefully i can go back soon.

 

searching higher ground

a young hare

 

 

notes:

[title]     today’s title comes from the intro text on the schindler house website.  support great architecture.

[image]     photography by a young hare.

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