El Pueblo Ribera
El Pueblo Ribera Court is a complex of twelve duplexes at 230–248 Gravilla Street and 230–309 Playa del Sur in La Jolla, San Diego, California. It was designed in 1923 by the Austrian-American Rudolf Schindler. Schindler's most famous works are in and around Los Angeles; El Pueblo Ribera is his only work in San Diego.
The complex was built in Modern architectural style. Each unit originally consisted of a bedroom on the ground level, and a sleeping porch on the upper level. Each unit enjoys a view of La Jolla's Windansea Beach.
The San Diego Historical Society declared the complex a historic district in 1977 (historic site #117).
- Columbia School of Architecture, "El Pueblo Ribera"
- University of Waterloo (Canada), "El Pueblo Ribera Court - Residential Lighting Study"
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