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R.M. Schindler

1933-1942 (Planet Architecture)

by R. M. Schinkler

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Published by In-D .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Architecture,
  • Architecture / Domestic,
  • Domestic,
  • General

  • The Physical Object
    FormatCD-ROM
    Number of Pages300
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9395491M
    ISBN 101893801101
    ISBN 109781893801103

    This monograph examines How House - arguably, one of Rudolf Schindler's greatest achievements. Built in and for an eccentric member of one of the wealthiest families in America, it is based on the idea of refraction and transparency, in which glass has been used to enhance scale.4/5. Sep 13,  · R M Schindler () was a pivotal Modernist architect who remained largely unrecognized by the critical establishment of his time. A pragmatist and theoretician, Schindler designed more than projects - over of which were built - mostly /5(10).

    Jul 26,  · Judith Sheine's new book on Schindler is most proficient. It is a good book written in a clear, concise way that accomplishes what most other books on this master architect have not been able to - in that it is a well rounded book that addresses the many facets of schindler's life and practice/5(7). Mar 01,  · R. M. Schindler was born the same year as Le Corbusier, , and died in while Le Corbusier was building the Maisons Jaoul. The fact that his Lovell Beach House is largely regarded as one and indeed the first of the five key Modernist buildings of the s (Gropius's Bauhaus, Le Corbusier's Villa Savoye, Mies's Barcelona Pavilion and Neutra's Lovell Health House being the .

    R.M. Schindler, An Exploration of Space (Book): Steele, James: Maverick of mid-century American architecture Each of my buildings deal with a different architectural problem, the existence of which has been forgotten in this period of Rational Mechanization. The question of whether a house is really a house is more important to me, than the fact that it is made of steel, glass. - R. M. Schindler. Hailing from Vienna, Rudolph Michael Schindler (), like his colleague Richard Neutra, emigrated to the US and applied his International Style techniques to the movement that would come to be known as California Modernism.


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Jul 26,  · "R.M. Schindler: " is the fifth in a series of monographs featuring the works of individual architects by sunshinesteaming.com(7).

May 01,  · R. Schindler [James Steele] on sunshinesteaming.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Maverick of mid-century American architecture "Each of my buildings deal with a /5(7).

A Sectional View Through R.M. Schindler-This is a densely informative but surprisingly fun to read monograph of one of the most under-celebrated heroes of modernism. The book took a section view through Schindler’s life/5.

Schindler book. Read 3 reviews from the world. Hailing from Vienna, Rudolph Michael Schindler (), like his colleague Richard Neutra, emigrated to the US and applied his International Style techniques to the movement that would come to be known as California Modernism/5. This book is a wonderful retrospective of Schindler's work.

Though its easy to slip into hyperbole, this book is a must for the student of one of the last centuries most interesting architects. Schindler's work was overlooked in his day, some say due to not being chosen by Philip Johnson to be included in a very high-profile architectural show/5(4).

Schindler by Steele, James and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at sunshinesteaming.com R.M. Schindler is recognized as one of the most innovative architects of the 20th century. The drawings and photographs in this book span Schindler's early years in Vienna, his apprenticeship with Frank Lloyd Wright, and his contributions to West Coast modernism/5.

Jun 01,  · This richly illustrated book focuses on the highly inventive furniture designed by the celebrated modernist architect, R. Schindler ().3/5. Dec 19,  · The Architecture of R.M. Schindler offers five scholarly essays and a wealth of illustrations and photos. Curators Smith and Darling compiled the catalog to accompany a major retrospective put together by the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles and traveling to Washington, DC, and Vienna, Austria/5(4).

Schindler, 7 books Kathryn Smith, 3 books Esther McCoy, 2 books Judith Sheine, 2 books David Gebhard, 2 books Lionel March, 2 books August Sarnitz, 2 books James Steele, 2 books Robert L. Sweeney, 2 books Yukio Futagawa, 1 book Marla Berns, 1 book Thomas S. Hines, 1 book Peter Noever, 1 book Patricia Gebhard, 1 book Giuseppe Todisco, 1 book.

Get this from a library. R.M. Schindler. [Judith Sheine; R M Schindler; Grant Mudford] -- R.M. Schindler was a pivotal Modernist architect who, during his career, remained largely unrecognised by the critical establishment.

This book provides a comprehensive evaluation of his career. Containing many never-published drawings and photographs and spanning Schindler's early years in Vienna, his apprenticeship with Frank Lloyd Wright, and his bold contributions to West Coast.

Schindler () Rudolph Michael Schindler was one of the seminal master architects who defined Modern architecture in Southern California. Born in Vienna inSchindler was trained in art and engineering at the Imperial Technical Institute and the Vienna Academy of Arts.

This richly illustrated book focuses on the highly inventive furniture designed by the celebrated modernist architect, R.

Schindler (). His many designs for built-in and freestanding furniture illustrate his concept of "space architecture" or the total designed sunshinesteaming.com introductory essay by David and Patricia Gebhard details Schindler's architectural heritage in Europe and.

Schindler House is a most attractive purchase for large public and academic libraries. Comprehensive architecture collections should have The Architecture of R.M.

Schindler. For general collections, the most balanced treatment remains David Gebhard's Schindler (William Stout, reprint).

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The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied. - R. Schindler. x hardcover book with pages and illustrations, including color plates. This luxurious oversized volume was published to accompany the exhibition of the same name at The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, from February 25 - June 3, This richly illustrated book focuses on the highly inventive furniture designed by the celebrated modernist architect, R.

Schindler (). His many designs for built-in and freestanding furniture illustrate his concept of "space architecture" or the total designed sunshinesteaming.com Author: University of Washington Press. Rudolph Michael Schindler (born Rudolf Michael Schlesinger ( Vienna - Los Angeles) was an Austrian-born American architect whose most important works were built in or near Los Angeles during the early to mid-twentieth century.

Although he worked and trained with some of its foremost practitioners, he often is associated with the fringes of the modern movement in sunshinesteaming.com: September 10,Vienna, Austria. - R. Schindler. Today, Schindler is finally being regarded as an outstanding exponent of the Californian modernist style.

His marginalized historical status traditionally has resulted from the architects' refusal to mimic the streamlined image of the popular modern architecture of the times. This work includes more than 70 works and projects, with a large number of photographs and drawings specially produced for this edition of the output of one of the most important architectural pioneers of this century.

R.M. Schindler () left Vienna in and emigrated to the United States to work with Frank Lloyd Wright.R.M. Schindler, Architect, A Pupil of Otto Wagner, Between International Style and Space Architecture Sarnitz, August Published by Rizzoli Intl Pubns, New York ().Maverick of mid-century American architecture Each of my buildings deal with a different architectural problem, the existence of which has been forgotten in this period of Rational Mechanization.

The question of whether a house is really a house is more important to me, than the fact that it .