Moving away from ornament & instead toward emphasis on interior space with articulated sections, Rudolph Schindler ushered in a new wave of architecture that embodied spatial ideas. Here in the hills above Silver Lake, the McAlmon Guest House is a prime example of his use of three-dimensional form. Inside, thoughtful window placement floods living spaces with natural light, & warm wood flooring contrasts crisp white walls. Original brick fireplace anchors the living room, & a respectful renovation by the current owner includes a complete historic recreation of its bathroom. Outside, secluded terrace & garden lend to the home’s private ambiance, yet the site is in a prime location: steps from restaurants Little Pine, Blair’s, & shops of Rowena, minutes from Trader Joes & the recently opened Whole Foods 365. Includes one garage & driveway space & plenty of street parking for guests. Accessible signature architecture close to it all.