The Lovell House is one of Richard Neutra’s great contributions to modern architecture. Among the dozen or so American houses he built which have been listed as Historic Cultural Monuments, it is perhaps the most impressive.
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Richard Neutra’s VDL Research House
Richard Neutra’s VDL Research House is surely the building whose history best captures the life of its architect.
Named “VDL” after the wealthy Dutch industrialist Cees H. Van der Leeuw, Neutra’s early benefactor, it served as the architect’s own home and studio for much of his career.
Richard Neutra’s Transparent Singleton Residence
You can see right through Richard Neutra’s Singleton Residence. Albeit, not from every angle but from several vantage-points the design makes a good claim to being transparent.
Richard Neutra’s Eagle Rock Park Clubhouse: International Style
Richard Neutra was born in Austria in 1892 and died in Germany in1970; he is most famous as an American Modernist architect and for his contribution to further develop the so called International Style. He emigrated to America in 1923 and became a naturalized citizen in 1926. All his designs are extremely geometric but open. Richard Neutra became one of the world’s most distinguished and sought-after architects.
Richard Neutra’s Mariners Medical Arts Center
Richard Neutra was born in Vienna in 1892 and studied architecture at the Technical Univesity of Vienna. He was a known for designing complex interior spaces and rejecting architectural ornaments.
After his military service in WWl, Richard Neutra found employment at the Switzerland architect bureau of Gustav A. Amman , a German expressionist architect who’s work is characterized by streamline interpretation of industrial structures.
The Case Study Houses Program: Richard Neutra’s Bailey House
The Case Study Houses Program also included the participation of Richard Neutra, who designed the Case Study House #20 (the Bailey House) in 1948.
5 Stunning Richard Neutra’s Houses
Richard Neutra is considered by many the father of Californian Modernism. This is an architectural style…
A Richard Neutra Gem In The Woods. The Pitcairn House
Richard Neutra’s Pitcairn House is a very private, hidden masterpiece set on 10 conserved acres.
Surrounding the property is the Pennypack Preserve, a nature conservancy with 812 acres of trails and woods.
Richard Neutra’s Pescher House. Wuppertal, Germany.
The Pescher house is one of the several houses designed by Richard Neutra outside California.
The Austrian-native architect designed beautiful modernist houses and buildings for over 20 years.
Richard Neutra’s Kaufmann House.
Richard Neutra gets a fair amount of coverage on this site, with the legendary architect taking rightful place as one of the key progenitors of the mid-century style.
Richard Neutra was born in Vienna in 1892 and attended the Technische Hochschule (Vienna University of Technology) from 1911 to 1917.His career crossed five decades and he can certainly be defined as one of the most important architects of the mid-century as of the whole twentieth century.
The Richard Neutra Kronish House Is Safe!
I couldn’t start my day and weekend in a better way.
As you probably remember, some time ago I wrote a post about the possible demolition of the iconic Richard Neutra Kronish House in Beverly Hills; check the post for the Richard Neutra masterpiece history.
The Richard Neutra Kronish House Demolition Plan.
The Richard Neutra Kronish House
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