Article: Los Angeles designers honor Rudolph Schindler

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DavidC
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Article: Los Angeles designers honor Rudolph Schindler

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On a scale of 0 to 5, I give this story a 4 on the Wright Chat Wrelevance Wright-O-Meter â„¢

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Interior Design needs an editor for their web editor:

“amassed a portfolio of avant-garde residences emblematic of California modernism�well before Pierre Koenig or Richard Neutra popularized the style.�

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SDR wrote:On a scale of 0 to 5, I give this story a 4 on the Wright Chat Wrelevance Wright-O-Meter â„¢

Here's the deal, Stephen. If you are going to chronically 'rate' my efforts on here - you will instantly be putting an end to those efforts.


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I find Schindler's early work in the 20s more interesting than the cubist 30s stuff. All of it is good, but the earlier work is more avant-garde. Where did Packard come from, for instance? Lovell Beach, Lowes, How or Schindler/Chase? A true genius.

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