R. M. Schindler house on Kings Road
R . M . Schindler house on Kings Road R . M . Schindler House on Kings Road As one of the key successors to the architect Frank Lloyd Wright ’92s ’93Prairie Style ’94 of architectural composition , R .M . Schindler expressed a further evolution of the concepts embodied in Wright ’92s works , such as open planning , an emphasis on horizontal planes asymmetrical facade elevations , and an unornamented style Schindler ’92s House on King ’92s Road , established his architectural doctrine and practice in Los Angeles in 1922 . The residence was designed as live-in work space [banner_entry_middle]
for two couples and featured a communal kitchen as well as a separate apartment for visitors . The house features an integration of interior and exterior spaces via the implementation of complex interlocking masses and pronounced , articulated sections
The King ’92s Road House embodies most of the precepts about modern architecture which Schindler expressed in his writings . Foremost among these principles was the abandonment of ’93construction as a source for architectural form ’94 , and noting that ’93because of advances in materials and methods , architects were now free to design space in the future , the architect would control “space , climate , light , mood ” It was in Southern California that Schindler came to develop these ideas (Sheine 146 Schindler ’92s Kings Road House , constructed from concrete and redwood combines a plan which daringly integrates the exterior and interior aesthetic with the equally bold concept of a communal living and working space for four adult residents . Schindler found an articulation for modern architecture out of less- ’96expensive materials , which included stucco and plaster layered over wood frames , which he dubbed “plaster skin
The house features the famous ’93vertical gardens ’94 which in additional to Schindler ’92s radical concepts of space and planing defies conventional or classical architecture by adhering to a pragmatic and unified aesthetic , which rejects the superfluous in favor of organic harmony Work Cited
Sheine , Judith “The Architecture of R .M . Schindler King of the Hills Artforum International May 2001 : 146… [banner_entry_footer]
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