Architectural resistance

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Peter Noever, MAK-Center for Art and Architecture, Los Angeles
Hatje Cantz, 2003 - Architecture - 119 pages
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When the property to the south of Rudolph M. Schindler's historic house and studio on Kings Road in Los Angeles was sold to the developer of a 3-story, 18-unit condominium complex, a question urgently emerged: How does one build next to the Schindler House? To incite the exchange of ideas on the Schindler House problem, the MAK Center at the Schindler House initiated an architectural invitational in which architects were asked to envision a companion to Schindler's masterwork. Juried by a distinguished international panel, entries were solicited from a roster of both established and young architects. Proposals were contributed by architect teams COOP HIMMEL(B)LAU, Vienna, Christophe Cornubert, PUSH, Los Angeles, Eichinger oder Knechtl, Vienna, Peter Eisenman, New York, Andrea Lenardin-Madden, Los Angeles, Durfee/Regn, Los Angeles, Gnther Domenig, Graz, Eric Owen Moss, Los Angeles, Dominique Perrault, Paris, Odile Decq + Benoit Cornette, Paris, Zaha Hadid, London, Georg Driendl, Vienna, Michael Rotondi, Los Angeles, Klaus Stattmann, Vienna, Sandrine von Klot, Vienna, Lebbeus Woods, New York, Bernhard Sommer, Vienna, Mark Mack, Los Angeles, Umbrella Organization, Los Angeles, and The Next Enterprise, Vienna. Architectural Resistance: Contemporary Architects Face Schindler Todaypresents each of their 20 proposals in the context of a discussion about architecture, urban change, site and historic preservation.

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Contents

Architecture in Resistance
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New Trends in Urban Erasure
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Premiered Project Proposals
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Copyright

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About the author (2003)

Peter Noever is C.E.O. and Artistic Director of the MAK Austrian Museum of Applied Arts / Contemporary Art in Vienna.