R.M. (RUDOLPH) SCHINDLER HOMES

Austrian born American architect Rudolph Schindler (1887-1953), was one of the master architects who defined Modern architecture in Southern California. Schindler was considered a bit of a maverick, his colorful charm and renegade reputation added to his mystique.

Frank Lloyd Wright had the biggest influence on Schindler’s work. Many of his Los Angeles area commissions came from middle-class intellectuals. He considered himself “the first and still one of the few architects who consciously abandoned stylistic sculptural architecture in order to develop space as a medium of art.” Schindler built several stunning single and multi-family dwellings in the Los Angeles area.

The Lechner House by Noted Architect R. M. Schindler

The Lechner House by R. M. Schindler

The Lechner House, Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument #1024, c. 1947, by RM Schindler.

The Lechner House by Rudolph Schindler

Now available for purchase for the first time since the accomplishment of a painstaking decade long restoration by Pamela Shamshiri, Design Principal of Studio Shamshiri.

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The Goodwin House – 1941
Rudolph M. Schindler, Architect

The Goodwin House – 1941 by Rudolph M. Schindler, Architect.

Schindler Mid Century Modern Studio City home

This R.M. Schindler Mid Century Modern Studio City home has been lovingly restored with no expense spared.

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The Walker Residence by Noted Architect, R.M. Schindler

The Walker Residence, 1935-1936, designed by renowned architect R.M. Schindler is a superb landmark.Mid Century Real Estate-Silver Lake Offered for the first time, this three-bedroom home sits on a hillside in prime Silver Lake boasting dramatic views of the homes and reservoir below.

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Westwood – The Tischler Residence by R.M. Schindler

The Tischler Residence by R.M. Schindler, 1949-1950, part of the Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument #506.
Tischler Residence by Rudolph Schindler

Westwood Mid Century Modern Home by Rudolph Schindler. This remarkable residence is on the market for the first time since its completion in 1950. R.M. Schindler’s article “Visual Techniques” discussed the subjects of “color plasticity, translucency, reflectors and light.”

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Rudolph Schindler – The Schlessinger Residence, Los Feliz

The Schlessinger Residence, 1952-54. R.M. Schindler, architect.

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Conceived in 1952 for an elevated corner lot overlooking the Shakespeare Bridge, coincidentally, within view of the architect’s first work in Los Angeles – the completion of the Hollyhock House at Barnsdall Park.

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