Numerical Properties of Rudolph Michael Schindler's Houses in the Los Angeles Area

Jin-Ho Park
January 2006
Mathematical Intelligencer;Winter2006, Vol. 28 Issue 1, p40
Academic Journal
The article presents several numerical properties on the houses of Rudolph Michael Schindler in the Los Angeles area, in California. The buildings of Schindler were considered as icons of the twentieth-century design and subject of interest for mathematicians exploring L.A. architecture. Assembly and delineation are the primary concerns of Schindler in architecture. According to him, a space can be measured numerically by the unit system in the mind, with subdivisions and multiples of the unit.


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