Schindler House
Los Angeles, 2006

It was an honor to work on this Schindler House. Historic Schindler drawings were studied and conversations were had with the restoration designer Amy Murphy, a tenured professor at USC in order to develop a strategy that was respectful of the original intent.

The overall assembly was developed, as a two sided fence, which would give both privacy to the residence from the street and to present a subtle foreground to this original Schindler work. The gate was developed so as to not attach the fence system to the original house, and thus rolls away from the residence.

The natural finished redwood used, as was originally used on the house, was hung from raw angled steel.