Rudolph Michael Schindler (born Rudolf Michael Schindler, 1887–1953) was an Austrian and later, an American architect whose most important works were built in or near Los Angeles during the early to mid-twentieth century.
Although he worked and trained with some of its foremost practitioners, he
The architecture of Herzog and de Meuron resides at the intersection of fine art and efficient function. The architects maintain close ties to contemporary conceptual art movements, but they also embrace the limitations imposed on them by the requirements of use.
They begin, in fact, with limitat
Isozaki Arata (Arata Isozaki) has produced designs that range from the flashy Palladium disco in New York (1985) to a serene, Asian-inspired plate for Swid Powell (1984). His Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art (1986) is perhaps the best representation of his style: a clean cluster of red brick ag