Although Beverly Hills has long had lax preservation policies, it's still a tragedy when midcentury architecture faces the fate of being razed for something bigger and better. In the case of Richard Neutra's Kronish House, completed in 1955, the listing...
Click here to view the full photogallery. Images via Neutra Architecture You could see this coming a mile away: the Richard Neutra-designed Kronish House in Beverly Hills is headed toward destruction, according to the architect's so... Read Post
Midcentury master Richard Neutra's Kronish House, located on two acres in Beverly Hills, is slated for demolition in a few weeks. Preservationists are mounting a late rally to save the building, but should they fail, Curbed LA has p... Read Post
Another day, another piece of architectural history preserved. The Kronish House, built in 1955 by Richard Neutra and the only case of the architect's work in Beverly Hills today, has narrowly escaped demolition thanks to an anonymo... Read Post