This unique house-studio was designed by Austrian draftsman Schindler in 1921 and served as his home until his death in 1953. Unlike many of its neighbors, the structure moves away from the art deco style that characterizes much of the early Hollywood structures. Schindler took inspiration from desert camps and built the house out of concrete walls, canvas covers and sleeping lofts. It also served as a meeting place for avant-garde architects, including Richard Neutra, who lived here in the late 1920s.
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