Home of the Day: A modernist original in Silver Lake by Rudolph Schindler
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Home of the Day: A modernist original in Silver Lake by Rudolph Schindler

Home of the Day: A modernist original in Silver Lake by Rudolph Schindler

Architect Rudolph Schindler’s preference for modern materials and belief that architects of the future would control a home’s “space, climate, light, and mood” led to his clever use of natural light, center-cut redwoods and poured-in-place concrete.

 (Brian Thomas Jones)
Home of the Day: A modernist original in Silver Lake by Rudolph Schindler

Architect Rudolph Schindler’s preference for modern materials and belief that architects of the future would control a home’s “space, climate, light, and mood” led to his clever use of natural light, center-cut redwoods and poured-in-place concrete.

 (Brian Thomas Jones)
Home of the Day: A modernist original in Silver Lake by Rudolph Schindler

Architect Rudolph Schindler’s preference for modern materials and belief that architects of the future would control a home’s “space, climate, light, and mood” led to his clever use of natural light, center-cut redwoods and poured-in-place concrete.

 (Brian Thomas Jones)
Home of the Day: A modernist original in Silver Lake by Rudolph Schindler

Architect Rudolph Schindler’s preference for modern materials and belief that architects of the future would control a home’s “space, climate, light, and mood” led to his clever use of natural light, center-cut redwoods and poured-in-place concrete.

 (Brian Thomas Jones)
Home of the Day: A modernist original in Silver Lake by Rudolph Schindler

Architect Rudolph Schindler’s preference for modern materials and belief that architects of the future would control a home’s “space, climate, light, and mood” led to his clever use of natural light, center-cut redwoods and poured-in-place concrete.

 (Brian Thomas Jones)
Home of the Day: A modernist original in Silver Lake by Rudolph Schindler

Architect Rudolph Schindler’s preference for modern materials and belief that architects of the future would control a home’s “space, climate, light, and mood” led to his clever use of natural light, center-cut redwoods and poured-in-place concrete.

 (Brian Thomas Jones)
Home of the Day: A modernist original in Silver Lake by Rudolph Schindler

Architect Rudolph Schindler’s preference for modern materials and belief that architects of the future would control a home’s “space, climate, light, and mood” led to his clever use of natural light, center-cut redwoods and poured-in-place concrete.

 (Brian Thomas Jones)
Home of the Day: A modernist original in Silver Lake by Rudolph Schindler

Architect Rudolph Schindler’s preference for modern materials and belief that architects of the future would control a home’s “space, climate, light, and mood” led to his clever use of natural light, center-cut redwoods and poured-in-place concrete.

 (Brian Thomas Jones)
Home of the Day: A modernist original in Silver Lake by Rudolph Schindler

Architect Rudolph Schindler’s preference for modern materials and belief that architects of the future would control a home’s “space, climate, light, and mood” led to his clever use of natural light, center-cut redwoods and poured-in-place concrete.

 (Brian Thomas Jones)
Home of the Day: A modernist original in Silver Lake by Rudolph Schindler

Architect Rudolph Schindler’s preference for modern materials and belief that architects of the future would control a home’s “space, climate, light, and mood” led to his clever use of natural light, center-cut redwoods and poured-in-place concrete.

 (Brian Thomas Jones)
Home of the Day: A modernist original in Silver Lake by Rudolph Schindler

Architect Rudolph Schindler’s preference for modern materials and belief that architects of the future would control a home’s “space, climate, light, and mood” led to his clever use of natural light, center-cut redwoods and poured-in-place concrete.

 (Brian Thomas Jones)
Home of the Day: A modernist original in Silver Lake by Rudolph Schindler

Architect Rudolph Schindler’s preference for modern materials and belief that architects of the future would control a home’s “space, climate, light, and mood” led to his clever use of natural light, center-cut redwoods and poured-in-place concrete.

 (Brian Thomas Jones)
Home of the Day: A modernist original in Silver Lake by Rudolph Schindler

Architect Rudolph Schindler’s preference for modern materials and belief that architects of the future would control a home’s “space, climate, light, and mood” led to his clever use of natural light, center-cut redwoods and poured-in-place concrete.

 (Brian Thomas Jones)
Home of the Day: A modernist original in Silver Lake by Rudolph Schindler

Architect Rudolph Schindler’s preference for modern materials and belief that architects of the future would control a home’s “space, climate, light, and mood” led to his clever use of natural light, center-cut redwoods and poured-in-place concrete.

 (Brian Thomas Jones)
Home of the Day: A modernist original in Silver Lake by Rudolph Schindler

Architect Rudolph Schindler’s preference for modern materials and belief that architects of the future would control a home’s “space, climate, light, and mood” led to his clever use of natural light, center-cut redwoods and poured-in-place concrete.

 (Brian Thomas Jones)
Home of the Day: A modernist original in Silver Lake by Rudolph Schindler

Architect Rudolph Schindler’s preference for modern materials and belief that architects of the future would control a home’s “space, climate, light, and mood” led to his clever use of natural light, center-cut redwoods and poured-in-place concrete.

 (Brian Thomas Jones)
Home of the Day: A modernist original in Silver Lake by Rudolph Schindler

Architect Rudolph Schindler’s preference for modern materials and belief that architects of the future would control a home’s “space, climate, light, and mood” led to his clever use of natural light, center-cut redwoods and poured-in-place concrete.

 (Brian Thomas Jones)
Home of the Day: A modernist original in Silver Lake by Rudolph Schindler

Architect Rudolph Schindler’s preference for modern materials and belief that architects of the future would control a home’s “space, climate, light, and mood” led to his clever use of natural light, center-cut redwoods and poured-in-place concrete.

 (Brian Thomas Jones)
Home of the Day: A modernist original in Silver Lake by Rudolph Schindler

Architect Rudolph Schindler’s preference for modern materials and belief that architects of the future would control a home’s “space, climate, light, and mood” led to his clever use of natural light, center-cut redwoods and poured-in-place concrete.

 (Brian Thomas Jones)
Home of the Day: A modernist original in Silver Lake by Rudolph Schindler

Architect Rudolph Schindler’s preference for modern materials and belief that architects of the future would control a home’s “space, climate, light, and mood” led to his clever use of natural light, center-cut redwoods and poured-in-place concrete.

 (Brian Thomas Jones)
Home of the Day: A modernist original in Silver Lake by Rudolph Schindler

Architect Rudolph Schindler’s preference for modern materials and belief that architects of the future would control a home’s “space, climate, light, and mood” led to his clever use of natural light, center-cut redwoods and poured-in-place concrete.

 (Brian Thomas Jones)
Home of the Day: A modernist original in Silver Lake by Rudolph Schindler

Architect Rudolph Schindler’s preference for modern materials and belief that architects of the future would control a home’s “space, climate, light, and mood” led to his clever use of natural light, center-cut redwoods and poured-in-place concrete.

 (Brian Thomas Jones)
Home of the Day: A modernist original in Silver Lake by Rudolph Schindler

Architect Rudolph Schindler’s preference for modern materials and belief that architects of the future would control a home’s “space, climate, light, and mood” led to his clever use of natural light, center-cut redwoods and poured-in-place concrete.

 (Brian Thomas Jones)
Home of the Day: A modernist original in Silver Lake by Rudolph Schindler

Architect Rudolph Schindler’s preference for modern materials and belief that architects of the future would control a home’s “space, climate, light, and mood” led to his clever use of natural light, center-cut redwoods and poured-in-place concrete.

 (Brian Thomas Jones)
Home of the Day: A modernist original in Silver Lake by Rudolph Schindler

Architect Rudolph Schindler’s preference for modern materials and belief that architects of the future would control a home’s “space, climate, light, and mood” led to his clever use of natural light, center-cut redwoods and poured-in-place concrete.

 (Brian Thomas Jones)
Home of the Day: A modernist original in Silver Lake by Rudolph Schindler

Architect Rudolph Schindler’s preference for modern materials and belief that architects of the future would control a home’s “space, climate, light, and mood” led to his clever use of natural light, center-cut redwoods and poured-in-place concrete.

 (Brian Thomas Jones)
Home of the Day: A modernist original in Silver Lake by Rudolph Schindler

Architect Rudolph Schindler’s preference for modern materials and belief that architects of the future would control a home’s “space, climate, light, and mood” led to his clever use of natural light, center-cut redwoods and poured-in-place concrete.

 (Brian Thomas Jones)
Home of the Day: A modernist original in Silver Lake by Rudolph Schindler

Architect Rudolph Schindler’s preference for modern materials and belief that architects of the future would control a home’s “space, climate, light, and mood” led to his clever use of natural light, center-cut redwoods and poured-in-place concrete.

 (Brian Thomas Jones)
Home of the Day: A modernist original in Silver Lake by Rudolph Schindler

Architect Rudolph Schindler’s preference for modern materials and belief that architects of the future would control a home’s “space, climate, light, and mood” led to his clever use of natural light, center-cut redwoods and poured-in-place concrete.

 (Brian Thomas Jones)
Home of the Day: A modernist original in Silver Lake by Rudolph Schindler

Architect Rudolph Schindler’s preference for modern materials and belief that architects of the future would control a home’s “space, climate, light, and mood” led to his clever use of natural light, center-cut redwoods and poured-in-place concrete.

 (Brian Thomas Jones)
Home of the Day: A modernist original in Silver Lake by Rudolph Schindler

Architect Rudolph Schindler’s preference for modern materials and belief that architects of the future would control a home’s “space, climate, light, and mood” led to his clever use of natural light, center-cut redwoods and poured-in-place concrete.

 (Brian Thomas Jones)
Home of the Day: A modernist original in Silver Lake by Rudolph Schindler

Architect Rudolph Schindler’s preference for modern materials and belief that architects of the future would control a home’s “space, climate, light, and mood” led to his clever use of natural light, center-cut redwoods and poured-in-place concrete.

 (Brian Thomas Jones)
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