The Schindler House was built in the 1920s as an experiment in cooperative living. Designed by architect Rudolph Schindler for himself, his wife Pauline, and husband and wife duo Clyde and Marian Chace, the pinwheel-shaped bungalow was built so as to give each resident private creative space while also emphasizing communal areas. Schindler was a devotee of Frank Lloyd Wright, and shared his mentor’s interest in breaking down the division between outdoor and indoor space: the design incorporates large patios and sunken gardens, along with an open-air sleeping porch on the roof. Schindler House, which has been preserved by the MAK Center for Art and Architecture, can be visited via a self-guided tour. Schindler House 835 North Kings Road West Hollywood California 90069 United States TwitterFacebookPinterest Related Stories Interiors Issue 19 Prankster’s Paradise Is the nine-to-five grind approaching monotony? Arrive at the office early to even the playing field and invoke mirth for your co-workers. Interiors Issue 18 A View from the Porch The shapes and sizes of our homes are changing, and society along with it. Avi Friedman has come to make sense of the new era of household realities. Interiors Issue 16 My Bedside Table: The Fashion Designer Starr Hout, who cofounded fashion brand Apiece Apart with her friend Laura Cramer, talks about her evening rituals and a kid-friendly bedroom. Design Interiors Issue 15 The Community Entrepreneurs: The Food Enthusiasts Food can be used to enrich, strengthen and connect people of all societies and cultures: All you need is a passion for tasty morsels and tradition. Interiors Issue 14 My Bedside Table: The Editor The editor in chief of Milk Decoration magazine in Paris discusses what she likes to have at hand while slumbering. Interiors Issue 14 Home Tour: The Evergreen Cottage For this home tour, we look inside a festive house in a cobblestoned corner of Copenhagen.