Rudolph M. Schindler House (R. M. Schindler 1921/22)
established in 1994 as center for contemporary art and architecture
Mackey Apartments (R. M. Schindler 1939)
purchased by the Republic of Austria in 1995, home of the MAK Center Artists and Architects-in-Residence Program
Fitzpatrick-Leland House (R.M. Schindler 1936)
donated to the MAK Center by Russ Leland in 2008, home of the MAK UFI - Urban Future Initative Fellowship Programm
Mackey Apartments Garages
MAK Center for Art and Architecture, Los Angeles
The MAK Center for Art and Architecture, Los Angeles, founded in 1994, is a contemporary, experimental, multi-disciplinary
center for art and architecture and is based today in three of the most important houses by the Austrian-American architect
Rudolph M. Schindler. The core of the programming includes the internationally sought-after MAK Artists and Architects-in-Residence Program, an annual residency program for emerging international artists and architects.
MAK Governing Committee Michael P. Franz Harriett F. Gold Barbara Redl Robert L. Sweeney Christoph Thun-Hohenstein Karin Proidl (ex officio) MAK Center Board of Members Michael P. Franz Christoph Thun-Hohenstein
MAK Center Board of Directors Mark Mack Frederick Samitaur-Smith Christoph Thun-Hohenstein A cooperation of the Federal Chancellery of Austria / Arts Division and Culture, MAK, and the Los Angeles Non-Profit Organization
“Friends of the Schindler House” (FOSH)
The Pearl M. Mackey Apartments (R.M. Schindler, 1939) in the Mid-Wilshire District of Los Angeles are home to the MAK Artists and Architects-in-Residence program MAK Artists and Architects in Residence Program]. The Republic of Austria purchased the building on the initiative of the
MAK in 1995 and the program designed for visiting emerging international artists and architects was launched in the same year.
The Fitzpatrick-Leland House R.M. Schindler, (1936) on the corner of Mulholland Drive in the Hollywood Hills was donated to the MAK Center in 2007. Today the house serves
as an active hub for research, contemplation, and conversation about modern architecture, contemporary art, and urban space.
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.
MAK-Schindler Scholarship Program at the Mackey Apartments, Los Angeles
MAK Center Artists and Architects-in-Residence Program
The Austrian Federal Chancellery / Arts Division in cooperation with the MAK – Austrian Museum of Applied Arts / Contemporary
Art, Vienna, annually awards a total of six scholarships for residency at the Mackey Apartments, Los Angeles. These scholarships
are open to free-lance artists, advanced students of architecture ("2. Studienabschnitt"), and graduates of architecture immediately
after completion of their degree.