This project was designed by Selim Vural during his employment with Eisenman Architects in 2003. The competition was organized by the MAK Center, an establishment in LA responsible of the preservation and promotion of The Schindler House; a canonic modern house designed by the Austrian architect Rudolph Schindler.
The objective of the project was to re-interpret the modernist values of the Schindler house through a post-structuralist filter. The formal process was generated by disintegrating the original Schindler scheme into striated figures. The striated concrete slabs in the new site were derived from the original 3' concrete slabs developed by Rudolph Schindler and applied as a transformational erosion on the original image.