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At LACMA: Stephen Prina Recreates Rudolph Schindler Designs in Pink

May. 7, 2013
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In the 1980s, Los Angeles-based artist Stephen Prina was walking down La Brea Avenue with fellow artist Christopher Williams when they noticed a bright pink ‘object’ in a glowing storefront window. Upon closer inspection they discovered it to be a built-in desk designed by architect Rudolph Schindler. The unit had been taken out of its… Read more

Rudolph Schindler-Designed La Jolla Home Is L.A. Times ‘Home Of The Week’


The Agency’s listing at El Pueblo Ribera Court, the historic La Jolla 6-unit complex designed by the legendary Rudolph Schindler, is the Los Angeles Times “Home of the Week.” Perched above the famous surf spot Windansea Beach, the two-bedroom/two-bath (plus office/bedroom with bath) — listed for $2,200,000 — is a functional piece of art inventively… Read more

Tour Rudolph Schindler’s Bubeshko Apartments In Silver Lake


This November 18, AIA | Los Angeles‘ Modernist/Contemporary Tour will put the spotlight on Rudolph Schindler’s Bubeshko Apartments, one of the architect’s best-known multi-family designs. Architecture and design enthusiasts will be treated to a guided tour by Eric Haas, AIA, and Chava Danielson, AIA, of DSH Architects, the firm responsible for renovating the two apartment buildings designed by Schindler… Read more

Billy Rose On Rudolph Schindler’s El Pueblo Ribera Court

Oct. 25, 2012
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functional piece of art has been sensitively restored and enhanced.

In 1923, legendary architect Rudolph Schindler, one of the pioneers of modern architecture and a protégé of Frank Lloyd Wright, designed and constructed El Pueblo Ribera Courts, perched just above Windansea Beach in La Jolla. Expanding upon his famous King’s Road house, Schindler cleverly utilized concrete poured in movable forms to create what is now a 6-unit functional piece… Read more

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