Sunday, June 14, 2009
Rudolph Schindler was an Austrian-born architect who worked in Los Angeles during the mid-twentieth century building interesting, innovative, cost-efficient homes. He is associated with the modern movement in architecture. The home I photographed today was one of his rarely published creations, the Buck House, 1934. It was ripe with lines, shapes, light, minimal accents, and moving boxes. The Buck House is located just one block south of the Los Angeles County Art Museum, appropriately.
Posted by Amelia Once Moore at 9:22 PM