Dancing with architecture: Schindler and San Diego!
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I spoke to a fellow that had just moved next door and was in his yard cutting up boxes. “We call that the Pueblo!” he yipped. Turned out he lived in one of the units for two years in the mid-sixties and still had a buddy living there from back in those times. He said that the Pueblo was “clearly not built as a permanant structure”, which is ironic since it was (Schindler started off loathing “traditional” American construction techniques, preferring the solidity and timelessness of concrete).
Some photos of the treasures behind those walls here, here, and (oh my!) here.
Around the back and up the alley, there’s a new structure clearly influenced by Pueblo Rivera.