Schindler Architecture Tour with Los Angeles's MAK Center

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May 1, 2014
The MAK Center for Art and Architecture in Los Angeles celebrates 20 years with a reception, discussion, and R. M. Schindler architecture tour on May 17–18, 2014. Read Full Article
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  Bubeshko Apartments. Photo by Jessica Haye and Clark Hsiao. Read Dwell's story on the Bubeshko Apartments. 

    Bubeshko Apartments. Photo by Jessica Haye and Clark Hsiao. Read Dwell's story on the Bubeshko Apartments

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  Droste House. "The houses on this tour were designed during a 15-year span of Schindler’s career, and as he was an architect who was not afraid to try new things, this group represents different kinds of experimentation," says Kimberli Meyer, MAK Center director. © J. Paul Getty Trust. Used with permission. Julius Shulman. Photography Archive, Research Library at the Getty Research Institute (2004.R.10)

    Droste House. "The houses on this tour were designed during a 15-year span of Schindler’s career, and as he was an architect who was not afraid to try new things, this group represents different kinds of experimentation," says Kimberli Meyer, MAK Center director. © J. Paul Getty Trust. Used with permission. Julius Shulman. Photography Archive, Research Library at the Getty Research Institute (2004.R.10)

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  Elliot House. "Each house on the tour is either in nearly original state, or has been carefully restored and/or renovated, so the architecture reads loud and clear," says Meyer. Photo by Tim Street-Porter 

    Elliot House. "Each house on the tour is either in nearly original state, or has been carefully restored and/or renovated, so the architecture reads loud and clear," says Meyer. Photo by Tim Street-Porter 

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  Falk Apartments. "Unlike some other Modernist architects, Schindler did not believe in a formulaic approach to design, and so each of these buildings reflects the particularities of its site and clients," says Meyer. © J. Paul Getty Trust. Used with permission. Julius Shulman Photography Archive, Research Library at the Getty Research Institute (2004.R.10) 

    Falk Apartments. "Unlike some other Modernist architects, Schindler did not believe in a formulaic approach to design, and so each of these buildings reflects the particularities of its site and clients," says Meyer. © J. Paul Getty Trust. Used with permission. Julius Shulman Photography Archive, Research Library at the Getty Research Institute (2004.R.10) 

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  Falk Apartments. "Unlike some other Modernist architects, Schindler did not believe in a formulaic approach to design, and so each of these buildings reflects the particularities of its site and clients," says Meyer. © J. Paul Getty Trust. Used with permission. Julius Shulman Photography Archive, Research Library at the Getty Research Institute (2004.R.10)

    Falk Apartments. "Unlike some other Modernist architects, Schindler did not believe in a formulaic approach to design, and so each of these buildings reflects the particularities of its site and clients," says Meyer. © J. Paul Getty Trust. Used with permission. Julius Shulman Photography Archive, Research Library at the Getty Research Institute (2004.R.10)

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  How House, the site of the May 17, 2014 reception and talk, and included on the May 18 tour. Photo by Tim Street-Porter. 

    How House, the site of the May 17, 2014 reception and talk, and included on the May 18 tour. Photo by Tim Street-Porter. 

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  Wilson House. "Each house reflects Schindler’s concern with the relationship between interior and exterior, with interlocking spaces and cones of vision, with the dynamics of natural light, and with pleasure as it relates to the body and home," notes Meyer. Courtesy Michael Locke, Photographer

    Wilson House. "Each house reflects Schindler’s concern with the relationship between interior and exterior, with interlocking spaces and cones of vision, with the dynamics of natural light, and with pleasure as it relates to the body and home," notes Meyer. Courtesy Michael Locke, Photographer

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