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Raphael Soriano’s Shulman House and Studio

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Born in Rhodes in 1904, Raphael Soriano subsequently moved to the United States in 1924, which was where he went on to help define the Mid-century Modern period of architecture, …

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The Briggs Residence: An Indoor-Outdoor Living Space

The main priority of the architect Richard Dorman for the Briggs Residence project, was to create a liveable indoor-outdoor space for a family of six. The outside family play area was …

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Smith and Williams Architects: the Booth Residence

Built in Beverly Hills around 1955 by the architects Smith and Williams, the Booth Residence got my attention for its architecture, in the middle between a cabin and a pure …

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Mid Century Architecture: The Jones Residence

When the architect had to design this house in a wooden area -his own home- he chose for a particular rigours style. Like most of the mid century modern houses, also this …

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Richard Neutra’s VDL Research House

The construction of the VDL Research House covers a period of almost thirty years (1932-1965) during which Neutra also became internationally known for his work: contributing to shape a Mid-century Modern Californian style. …

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The Lovell House by Richard Neutra


The Lovell Health House is internationally recognized as one of the most significant examples of Modernist architecture. For the Lovell House, Richard Neutra chose a technique used to build skyscrapers learnt in New York and Chicago; this would …

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Richard Neutra’s Kaufmann House.

Ten years later commissioning the iconic Falling Water House to Frank Lloyd Wright, Edgar Kaufmann was looking for an architect to design his new house near Palm Springs: the now celebrated Kaufmann desert House. Kaufmann chose the Modernist and …

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