Buck House

by | 19. Feb 2013

Feature | Residential

When in Los Angeles we were invited to visit the rarely published Buck House; one of Schindler’s finest houses.

Built in 1934 the plan is L-shaped with changes in ceiling height which allow for diagonal views and clerestory windows. Large panels of glass open the interior spaces to the south garden area.

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Like in most of Schindler’s work great attention is paid to the details and the materia he used, glass, wood, metal and concrete, have a very visible presence.

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CITY Los Angeles, California
COUNTRY USA

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