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Home of the Week: Bel-Air home by Richard Neutra is polished to perfection

Known as the Hammerman Residence, this Richard Neutra-designed home expands on its modernist roots with a mix of sleek and contemporary notes that start at the floating staircase beyond the front door. Eye-catching elements include chrome countertops in the kitchen and a stainless-steel-finished...

Home of the week: Loring House in Hollywood Hills West offers pristine example of boxcar design

This modernist residence in Hollywood Hills West is a pristine example of boxcar design, a style developed by the home’s architect, Richard Neutra, in the late 1950s and ’60s. Named the Loring House for its onetime owner, choreographer Eugene Loring, the 1958-built home was later expanded by Escher...

Richard Neutra’s Loring House hits the market for $5.6M

The sleek Hollywood Hills modern sports additions by Escher GuneWardena and Steven Ehrlich Making a splash on the market this week is Richard Neutra’s Loring House in the Hollywood Hills. Perched atop a knoll on the eastern border of...Show More Summary

Neutra's Chuey House, once a bohemian haven, up for landmark status

Will it save the midcentury residence in the Hollywood Hills from redevelopment? The Los Angeles Conservancy is trying to spare Richard Neutra’s Chuey House in the Hollywood Hills from potential demolition. The home hit the market in...Show More Summary

Architect Richard Neutra's First SF Project Illegally Razed By New Owner

And the developer behind this transgression will likely just face a fine from the city. [ more › ]

“We never dreamed we’d live in a Neutra house”

A midcentury modern-loving couple finds their dream house where they least expect it Richard Neutra spent the majority of his career in Southern California, where he created his most notable architecture and became one of the world’s...Show More Summary

Neutra’s Chuey House in Hollywood Hills being sold as a tear-down

The Sunset Plaza modern was designed in 1956 for artists Josephine and Robert Chuey It seems like there might be trouble on the horizon for Richard Neutra’s Chuey House in the Hollywood Hills. The Sunset Plaza Drive property hit the MLS yesterday, but ominously, the listing includes nary a word of reference to the much-admired midcentury modern. Show More Summary

Designed by Richard Neutra, with an add-on by son Dion, Hendershot House is an architectural gem

Harumi Taniguchi lived alone in Nichols Canyon for years after the death of her husband. She wrote poetry, painted, practiced ballet and even met with documentary filmmakers interested in telling her story. But she rarely went out, preferring to stay within the confines of her longtime home, a...

Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Diego Luna + More Pose for Vanity Fair Shoot

Vanity Fair links up with photographer Craig McDean for its September 2017 issue. The celebrated fashion photographer captures a series of stars at a Richard Neutra house in designer looks from the fall-winter 2017 collections. Stylist Jessica Diehl curates a selection from the likes of Gucci and Prada. Show More Summary

Streetwear designer Hiroki Nakamura finds fitting home in Hollywood Hills West

Acclaimed streetwear designer Hiroki Nakamura, who founded cult menswear label Visvim, has landed renowned modernist architect Richard Neutra’s Schaarman House for $7.475 million. Considered a pristine example of Neutra’s work, the 1951-built, well-preserved home is tucked away on a cul-de-sac...

La Crescenta compound boasts two homes of note, including a guest house by Richard Neutra

Extension cactus gardens are among the features of this two-house compound on acreage bordering the Angeles National Forest in La Crescenta. The 1950s glass-walled house designed by modernist architect Richard Neutra serves as a guest house today. The seven-sided contemporary designed by Michael...

It's a mod, mod world: See some of our favorite Midcentury Modernism photos

It’s a mod, mod world. Led by visionary architects such as Walter Gropius, John Lautner, Richard Neutra, and Le Corbusier, the groundbreaking designs that defined the Modernist movement (1930s-1960s), are characterized by sleekly styled minimalism and a notable absence of ornamentation. Homes built...

One of Neutra’s Strathmore Apartments in Westwood can be yours for $815K

Original hardwood floors and bathroom tile Always wanted to live in a landmark? Here’s your chance. A unit in Richard Neutra’s Strathmore Apartments has come up for sale. This two-bedroom residence is one of four condo-style units in...Show More Summary

Pristine Neutra in Nichols Canyon hits the market for the first time

Named the Hendershot Residence for its first owners, this International-style house in leafy Nichols Canyon was designed by Richard Neutra and later expanded by his son, Dion Neutra. The modernist architect used walls of floor-to-ceiling glass to bring in views of the multilevel home’s natural...

Classic Midcentury Modern in Pasadena is pure Neutra

Set on more than half an acre in northwest Pasadena, the 1957 Richard Neutra-designed Clark House has been restored by the design-build firm Marmol Radziner. A textbook example of Midcentury Modern style, the low-slug single-story employs simple geometry. Walls of glass open to the backyard, bringing...

Hollywood Hills West Neutra keeps its place in the timeline

Stepping into this well-preserved Richard Neutra-designed home in Hollywood Hills West is like stepping back into 1951. The style that would become known as Midcentury Modern was cutting edge, Harry S. Truman served as President and the Patti Page hit “Tennessee Waltz” captured the airwaves. A...

Richard Neutra’s Little-Known Modernist House on the Prairie

11 months agoArts : Hyperallergic

In 1951, Richard Neutra, the mid-century architect who virtually embodied the California Dream in his sleek, low-slung homes, built an unlikely house in Sioux City, Iowa. The post Richard Neutra’s Little-Known Modernist House on the Prairie appeared first on Hyperallergic.

Analyze this: A new work will delve into the infamous destruction of Neutra's Maslon house

The willful destruction of Richard Neutra’s masterwork — the 1962 Maslon house — reads like a senseless architectural murder mystery. Richard Rotenberg bought the Rancho Mirage home in 2002 for $2.45 million, having never set foot inside the incomparable design. Without explanation, he razed it...

Neutra’s Clark Residence hits market for $4.25M in Pasadena

The spiffy 1957 modern was restored by Marmol Radziner Richard Neutra designed the Clark Residence in 1957 on a promontory in Pasadena’s Linda Vista neighborhood for John and DeVee Clark, a musician and a teacher, at a cost of $43,000. The Clark family owned the house for nearly five decades, finally selling it in 2002. Show More Summary

Hollywood Hills post and beam by Richard Neutra asks $8M

The glassy, modern residence was built in 1951 Some rich person out there will soon become the enviable new owner of this exquisite 1951 residence, designed by masterful modernist Richard Neutra. Per the listing, the three-bedroom post...Show More Summary

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