The MAK Center for Art and Architecture operates from the landmark Schindler House (R. M. Schindler, 1922) in West Hollywood; and the Mackey Apartments (R. M. Schindler, 1939) and the Fitzpatrick-Leland House (R. M. Schindler, 1936) in Los Angeles. It is the California satellite of the MAK, the museum for applied arts and contemporary art in Vienna.

Unique in its role as a constellation of historic architectural sites and contemporary exhibition spaces, the MAK Center for Art and Architecture, Los Angeles, at the Schindler House develops local, national, and international projects in art, architecture, and their intersections and tangents. It seeks out and supports projects that take risks in their fields and test disciplinary boundaries. The MAK Center acts as a cultural laboratory, encouraging the development of ideas in art and architecture by engaging the center’s places, spaces, and histories. Its programming includes exhibitions, lectures, symposia, discussions, performances, music series, publication projects, salons, architecture tours, and new work commissions. It collaborates frequently with guest curators, artists and architects.

MAK Center for Art and Architecture at the Schindler House
835 North Kings Road
West Hollywood, CA 90069

T +1 (323) 651-1510
office@makcenter.org
makcenter.org

Schindler House

The Landmark Schindler House on Kings Road
Designed and built by Schindler in 1921-22 as live/work space for two families—his own and friend and engineer Clyde Chace’s—the Schindler House redefined notions of public and private spheres. As a result of its innovative program for communal modern living, the house became a site of forward- thinking aesthetic, cultural, and political activity throughout the 1920s-50s.

Mackey Apartments

Mackey Apartment Building
(R.M. Schindler, 1939)
The Mackey Apartments are home to the MAK Center’s residency program designed for visiting artists, architects, and students of architecture.

Fitzpatrick-Leland House

Fitzpatrick-Leland House
(R.M. Schindler, 1936)
The dramatic L-shaped Fitzpatrick-Leland House was originally commissioned by developer Clifton Fitzpatrick as a speculative home, to attract buyers to the new housing tracts at the top of Laurel Canyon.

MAK Center for Art and Architecture at the Schindler House
835 North Kings Road
West Hollywood, CA 90069

T +1 (323) 651-1510
office@makcenter.org
makcenter.org

Opening Hours
Wed–Sun 11 AM–6 PM
Closed Mon and Tue

Guided Tours
On weekends and by advance booking.

Admission
$7 / $6 students and seniors, admission including Schindler by MAK guide $17 / $16 students and seniors

Free Admission
to children under 12, Friends of the Schindler House, and Friends of the MAK Center; on Friday afternoons 4–6 PM; International Museum Day in May; and Schindler’s Birthday, 10 September

FIRST FRIDAYS
The Mackey Apartments and the Fitzpatrick-Leland House are open for viewing the first Friday of each month from 11:00 am – 6:00 pm. Please call (323) 651-1510 for more information or to make a reservation.

Schindler House / Mackey Apartments & Garages / Fitzpatrick-Leland House:

The first Friday of every month,
11 AM–6 PM, advance reservations required

Admission for all three houses
incl. Schindler by MAK guide:
$50 / $42 students and seniors / $30 Friends of the Schindler House and Friends of the MAK Center

Admission Fitzpatrick-Leland House only
incl. Schindler by MAK guide:
$34 / $32 students and seniors / $20 Friends of the Schindler House and Friends of the MAK Center

Admission Mackey Apartments only:
incl. Schindler by MAK guide:

$17 / $16 students and seniors, free to Friends of the Schindler House and Friends of the MAK Center