The MAK Center for Art and Architecture operates three works of architecture by Rudolph M. Schindler: the landmark Schindler House in West Hollywood, the Mackey Apartments in Mid-City Los Angeles, and the Fitzpatrick-Leland House in the Hollywood Hills. The Schindler House, which serves as the headquarters of the MAK Center, incorporates both architectural and social theory as it unfolds formally, spatially and intellectually with a coherence unparalleled in early modern architecture. Schindler designed the house between November and December 1921.