Schindler Shelter

Playground Fear dictated originally the form and spirit of the house. The behavior of our ancestors was overshadowed by constant defense reactions against real and imagined enemies. . . . [but nowadays] . . . The earth, the sky, and […]

If we speak of civilisation, we mean that part of human enterprise which in sheer self-defence struggles to mould human surroundings to respond to its needs . . . The only point of view from which civilisatory efforts can be […]

Dave Hullfish Bailey: “Gimme Shelter” by Michael Darling For Dave Hullfish Bailey, everything springs from The Word. Not unlikely a by-product of his prior theological training, the intense scrutiny he directs at language has a tendency to bear down on […]

When Schindler built the Kings Road residence, it was still possible to conceive of Los Angeles as an Edenic Last Chance: a terminus on a distant and fertile shore where the negative social conditions of Europe and America’s East Coast […]

Dave Hullfish Bailey’s giant bamboo held down by rope shelter was the highlight of the recent 20/35 Vision show at the MAK Center at the Schindler House. The kitchen outfitted with emergency supplies was another Bailey installation. The Forum’s website […]