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Schindler, Kings Road, and Southern California Modernism.
SCHINDLER. Sweeney, Robert and Judith Sheine.
Schindler, Kings Road, and Southern California Modernism.
Robert Sweeny focuses on the construction of the house and the people who lived, worked, and performed there, demonstrating the building's significance in the social history of Southern California. He includes new research on Schindler's educational and personal background in Vienna and a discussion of the critical influence of Pauline Schindler in formulating the social underpinnings of the house. Judith Sheine places the house in the context of Schindler's career, in which the house established the basis of the spatial development of Schindler's work. She also examines the influence of the house on the work of numerous architects, from Frank Lloyd Wright to Frank Gehry.

Category: Architecture, Monographs
Binding: Cl.
Pages: 112 pp
Publisher: U. California Press.
Year: 2012.
Publication Place: Berkeley,
ISBN: 9780520271944
Book Id: 92091

Price: $39.95

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