This book offers new, varied and stimulating accounts of the architect's work. A fresh reappraisal of Schindler's thoughts and unique spatial theories is revealed in analytical drawings by the architect. An exact contemporarary of Le Corbusier and one-time employee of Frank Lloyd Wright, R.M. Schindler was architect of, amongst much else of note, the Lovell Beach House in California, widely acclaimed to be one of the key modernist buildings of the 1920s. Selected writings by the architect, as well as plans, line drawings and photographs of built work, map out clearly his views on architecture and design to serve human needs, and display his influence on Modern architecture.