3 edition of Rudolph M. Schindler found in the catalog.
Rudolph M. Schindler
|Other titles||R.M. Schindler House, Hollywood, California, 1921-22., Schindler House and How House., Rudorufu Shindorā|
|Statement||edited and photographed by Yukio Futagawa ; text by Lionel March = Rudorufu Shindorā : Shindorā jitei 1921-22, Hau-tei 1925 / Kikaku satsuei Futagawa Yukio ; bun Raionerv Māchi ; dezain, Hosoya Gan.|
|Series||Global architecture = -- GA guroōbaru ākitekuchua -- no. 77, Global architecture -- 77.|
|Contributions||Futagawa, Yukio, 1932-, Schindler, R. M. 1887-1953.|
|LC Classifications||NA737.S35 A4 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||39,  p. :|
|Number of Pages||39|
Rudolph M. Schindler: R.M. Schindler House, Hollywood, California, , James E. How House, Los Angeles, California, / edited and photographed by Yukio. Sources on Rudolf M. Schindler "Assembly by Rogers", by Peter Noever, ArchitectureWeek No. , , pC James Steele. R. M. Schindler. Benedikt Taschen Verlag GmbH, ISBN — a big beautiful book, Available at David Gebhard. Schindler. New York: The Viking Press, ISBN LC NAS35G
This is a contextual investigation of the theory and design of Rudolph M. Schindler (), one of the most outstanding and interesting architects of the Modern Movement in the United States. Born in in Vienna, he was trained under Otto Wagner at the Academy of Fine Arts, under Adolf Loos in the Bauschule, and under Frank Lloyd Wright. Rudolph M. Schindler: R.M. Schindler House, Hollywood, California, , James E. How House, Los Angeles, California,
California is a mecca of midcentury modern architecture, with a wealth of homes that stand as masterpieces of the modern style by leading architects of the time. Yet relatively few are aware that two Austrian designers left their indelible mark on Los Angeles’s architecture from the s to the s. Richard Neutra (–) and Rudolph M. Schindler (–) combined modern form. The work of Rudolph M. Schindler (–) is among the most outstanding examples of 20th century design. An architect and designer, Schindler moved to the United States from Vienna during World War I, where he joined his friend Richard Neutra as part of a generation of celebrated emigre architects and designers on the West Coast.
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Classic book that describes the work chronologically, both in terms of style and plan organization. Where it gets tricky with Schindler is especially style, since trying to describe him by that (alone) tends to confuse and distract from the more implicit aspects of his work, the spatial characteristics/5(6).
Rudolph M. Schindler: Schindler House and How House (Global Architecture) (Global Architecture Document) [Lionel March, Yukio Futagawa] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
This is a decently illustrated book about the work of Schindler, with approximately 33 color photographs and 39 black & white, omitting the color drawings and floorplans black and white photos are very good, as well as the color ones, but a small problem here is that some interesting buildings only have a very small picture to illustrate them them, and that plainly just doesn't /5(7).
Schindler book. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Hailing from Vienna, Rudolph Michael Schindler (), like his /5. Rudolph M. Schindler: Schindler House and How House (Global Architecture) (Global Architecture Document) by Lionel March and Yukio Futagawa | Aug 1, Paperback.
The Los Angeles architect Rudolph Schindler is regarded today as one of the central figures of the Modern movement. Trained in Vienna under Otto Wagner and Adolf Loos, Schindler then migrated to Los Angeles under the apprenticeship of Frank Lloyd Wright/5(4).
Rudolph M. Schindler Schindler House and How House (Global Architecture Document) by Lionel March, Yukio Futagawa, 二川 幸夫, Rudolph M. Schindler, 細谷 巖. Paperback, 48 Pages, Published by Ada Editors ISBNISBN: 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.
Rudolf Michael Schindler. Köln ; New York: Taschen, © (OCoLC) Named Person: R M Schindler; R M Schindler; R M Schindler; Rudolph M Schindler; Rudolph M Schindler: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: James Steele; Peter Gössel; R M Schindler.
Get this from a library. Rudolph M. Schindler: Architekt [Manfred Kovatsch; Stefan Öttl; Franz Wimmer]. 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 introductory essay by David and Patricia Gebhard details Schindler's architectural heritage in Europe and.
The first monograph n Schindler House, the house that architect Rudolph M. Schindler designed and built for himself and his wife and another couple in West Hollywood, California, in /5(9). The work of Rudolph M. Schindler has been subject to criticism, disregard and misunderstanding.
Attempts have been made to characterize Schindler as a cubist architect, a constructivist architect, an expressionist architect, and a Californian architect, but no one named him for what he regarded himself throughout his lifetime: as space architect.
The first book to closely examine the theoretical underpinnings of Schindler’s work is authored by Austrian architect August Sarnitz (Sarnitz ). The book is based on Sarnitz’s dissertation and includes essays, Schindler’s own writings, and other materials that.
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Rudolph Michael Schindler was an Austrian-born American architect who practiced in Southern California during the years R.M. Schindler was born in Vienna in and educated at the Bau-(Architektur) schule of the k.k. Technische Hochschule (Polytechnic Institute) in. Rudolph M. Schindler.
likes. Rudolph Michael Schindler ( - ) was an early modernist architect whose work in southern California had a significant influence on the development of modern. Viennese in California--The Architecture of Rudolph M.
Schindler: An Introductory Bibliography [Bibliographic Research Library] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Summary: The How House represents Schindler's best work.
Based on the idea refraction & transparency, it is fused into a cliff-side site & is a masterpiece of concrete, redwood & glass. This book explores the house's constant source of discovery. The severe judgments of Rudolf M.
Schindler’s architecture by Henry-Russell Hitchcock and Philip Johnson are well known. Hitchcock said of Schindler’s work that it revealed an “immense vitality” that seemed in general to lead to “arbitrary and brutal effects.”1 Johnson deemed.
R. M. 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.Rudolph M. Schindler: R.M.
Schindler House, Hollywood, California,James E. How House, Los Angeles, California, by R. M Schindler (Book).Rudolph M. Schindler—Proportion, Scale and the “Row His book Architectonics of Humanism: Essays on Number in Architecture before The First Moderns, a companion volume to Rudolf Wittkowers Architectural Principles in the Age of Humanism, was published, together with a new edition of the Wittkower, in Cited by: 5.