Constructed in 1922 by radical Austrian architect Rudolf Schindler, this landmark is a dazzling combination of concrete walls, redwood partitions, rooftop 'sleeping baskets' and outdoor living rooms. Tours of the modest house are offered on weekends, but, in keeping with Schindler's adventurousness, the building also hosts a variety of exhibitions, talks and concerts based on decidedly non-mainstream themes.
|Venue name:||MAK Center for Art & Architecture|
835 N Kings Road
|Cross street:||between Waring & Willoughby Avenues|
|Opening hours:||11am-6pm Wed-Sun. Tours hourly 11.30am-2.30pm Sat, Sun.|
|Price:||$7; $6 discounts; free under-12s. Free to all 4-6pm Fri.|
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