Project Manager: Barbara Karl, Curator, Textiles and Carpets Collection; Project Assistant: Dagmar Sachsenhofer
Subsequent to scholarly work on British Arts-and-Crafts textiles, the Arts-and-Crafts tapestry pattern books, containing over
250 individual tapestries and bordures, were also sorted and analyzed. English periodicals from the period between 1870 and
1910 were examined with an eye to comparable examples. The results from this research are currently being prepared for publication
together with the work on Arts-and-Crafts textiles in the MAKs online collection database.
Project Manager: Barbara Karl, Curator, Textiles and Carpets Collection Project Assistant: Dagmar Sachsenhofer
The Schindler House
The home and studio of the Austrian-American architect Rudolph M. Schindler on Kings Road in West Hollywood serves today as the homebase of the MAK Center for Art and Architecture, Los Angeles. This seminal building was declared an architectural landmark by the World Monument Fund in 2002. Today Schindler counts
as one of the most important modern architects.