R.M. Schindlers Buck House

The Buck house is an example of Schindler’s mastery of making space seem larger than it really is.  Built in 1934, Schindler demonstrates his use of geometery in order to communicate his theory of Space Architecture in this project.  Large panels of glass windows allow the penetration of light into all spaces.  Its layout is made up of two L-shapes that interlock three-dimensionally.

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