A Modernist Masterpiece in the Hollywood Hills Has Become a Meta Museum
Perched on a crest overlooking the intersection of Mulholland Drive and Laurel Canyon Boulevard, the Fitzpatrick-Leland House imitates the hilltop, cascading down three stories and spreading out where it meets the earth. It was a large lot for architect Rudolph Schindler, who designed the house in 1936 as a spec for real estate developer Clifton Fitzpatrick. The L-shaped structure incorporates interlocking volumes radiating from its core and blurring the line between indoors and outdoors, just some of the traits associated with Schindler’s work.
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