The Schindler House was designed and constructed by the modern movement architect Rudolf M. Schindler in 1922. The residence was meant to be a cooperative live/work space for Schindler, his wife and another couple. The unconventional layout and the novel use of industrial materials for the construction were setting a precedent for California architecture in particular. Today the Schindler House serves as an exhibition space with an adjacent architectural Bookstore. It is open to the public Wed – Sun, 11:00 am – 6:00 pm.
835 North Kings Road
CA 90069 Los Angeles