The Schindler House, also known as the Schindler Chace House, or Kings Road House is a house in West Hollywood, California, designed by architect Rudolf M. Schindler.
The Schindler House was such a departure from existing residential architecture because of what it did not have; there is no conventional living room, dining room or bedrooms in the house. The residence was meant to be a cooperative live/work space for two young families. The concrete walls and sliding glass panels made novel use of industrial materials, while the open floor plan integrated the external environment into the residence, setting a precedent for California architecture in particular.(Wikipedia)