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Midcentury modern flat inside 1080 Chestnut asks $3.1

Russian Hill unit features wraparound decks and views of pretty much everything Not much love aimed at 1080 Chestnut, the Russian Hill high rise that looks like something Richard Neutra might have built. (But, alas, did not.) Nevertheless,...Show More Summary

The Crystal Cathedral redesign: Why tasteful updates add up to architectural disappointment

2 weeks agoArts : Culture Monster

When the Rev. Robert H. Schuller decided in the mid-1970s that his congregation was outgrowing the drive-in, low-slung Garden Grove church that Richard Neutra had designed for him 15 years earlier within earshot of Interstate 5, and that he needed a purpose-built cathedral to accommodate his increasingly...

Once threatened, Neutra’s Kronish House restored to midcentury modern glory

The Beverly Hills home is looking better than ever Richard Neutra’s Kronish House continues to seem like the subject of a preservationist’s fairytale. Saved from the brink of destruction in 2011, the Beverly Hills home has been painstakingly...Show More Summary

Long Beach's midcentury modern tour will showcase 9 era-defining homes

Stops include homes by Hugh Davies, Edward Killingsworth, Cliff May, George Montierth, Richard Neutra, and Raphael Soriano Much has been said about Arts & Architecture magazine’s role in fostering the seemingly unending appetite for midcentury design. Show More Summary

Richard Neutra on stilts provides killer views, asks $1.1M

A home that seems to defy gravity Perched atop a hill in Sherman Oaks, this two-bedroom home is one of 20 stilt homes that influential architect Richard Neutra designed toward the end of his life. Given his philosophy of bio-realismShow More Summary

Die-Hard Neutra Fans Can Now Rent Space In Richard Neutra's Former Office

Many of his most famous buildings were designed in this very office. [ more › ]

Rent a room in a legendary LA architect Richard Neutra's office

Get some work done in a space designed by the architect, who had a distinctively modern style Looking for a new work space? Perhaps you’d be interested in a corner office at Richard Neutra’s self-designed office building in Silver Lake, advertised on Craigslist right now. Show More Summary

See Midcentury Homes Anew in Digitized Postwar Photographs

The trove at the University of Southern California includes 1940s, 50s, and 60s snaps of designs by Richard Neutra, Frank Lloyd Wright, and more The look, the feel...of midcentury modern homes: They have a near universally recognizable...Show More Summary

Take a Virtual Reality Tour of Unbuilt Neutra Case Study Home

The 3D visualization of the Omega House by Richard Neutra. Image via Archilogic/Arch Daily. The Case Study program organized by Arts & Architecture magazine gave pioneering modernist architects such as Richard Neutra an opportunity to share cutting-edge designs for homes...

Photos: This futuristic SoCal house is shaped like a pie and made entirely out of concrete

Many midcentury aficionados are familiar with the Case Study Houses sponsored by Arts & Architecture magazine (1945-62), which commissioned major architects of the day — Charles Eames, Raphael Soriano, Richard Neutra, to name a few — to build inexpensive and efficient model homes. Pierre Koenig's...

A water-oriented Neutra in Tarzana

11 months agoHealth : LA Times: Health

The Scheimer house, on the market for the first time ever, was commissioned prior to Modernist architect Richard Neutra's death and completed by his son, Dion Neutra, in 1972. An indoor stream and waterfall feature are among water-centric characteristics of the post-and-beam design. Walls of floor-to-ceiling...

Handsome Mid-Century Mod in Laurel Canyon By a Neutra Protege is Still Looking Pretty Good

You probably haven't heard of architect Don Polsky, but you probably know his influences: according to this listing, he was a protege of Richard Neutra, and you can certainly see that in this 1958 house in Laurel Canyon. Today...

Roundup: Greek strategy shifts on Parthenon Sculptures, Olafur Eliasson's ice, a new Banksy mural

A socially minded design collective wins the Turner Prize. USC undergrads burn their art. And Greece will not pursue the Elgin Marbles in the courts. Plus: An Orange County campus designed by Richard Neutra may be demolished, how the NFL bleeds taxpayers all over the U.S. and a new Banksy work...

Buy the House Once Owned by the Co-Creator of The Simpsons

12 months agoLifestyle / Travel : RobbReport

Tucked above Pacific Coast Highway in the Pacific Palisades, a wealthy West Los Angeles suburb, 14800 Corona Del Mar holds a significant claim to fame—it is the only case-study home by midcentury modernist Richard Neutra. Palm trees and eucalyptus hover over the low-slung, 1948 Bailey Case Study House No. Show More Summary

Luxury Listing: Energy efficient mid-century modern estate

Sam Simon Estate features an LEED Gold case study house from Mid-Century Modernist architect Richard Neutra....

Buy a Completely Bastardized Version of One of Richard Neutra's Cantilevered Platform Houses

This Sherman Oaks residence is one of the Platform Houses, a collection of houses all along Oakfield Drive designed by major Modernist Richard Neutra, and so named because they're built on giant cantilevered platforms that allow them to jut...

Historic Midcentury Home in L.A. Looks Fab Post Renovation

All photos via Dezeen Julius Shulman, the late great architecture photographer known for capturing the midcentury modern masterpieces of Richard Neutra, Pierre Koenig, and the like unsurprisingly had a magnificent Modernist home of his own. Located in Los Angeles's Hollywood...

Neutra's Hees House, Boris Karloff haunt among L.A.'s weekly top sales

The storied home of veteran television writers, a Modernist design by Richard Neutra and an oceanfront contemporary in Malibu were among the most expensive residential real estate sales in the greater Los Angeles area last week.

Watch Neutra and Schindler's Architecture Come to Life — In a Hospital Room

Mid-century modernist architects Richard Neutra and Rudolph Schindler may have been good friends when they studied together in Vienna, Austria, but by the time they ran into each other one last time in a Los Angeles hospital in 1953 they were bitter enemies. Ensemble Studio Theatre/LA's production of The Princes of...

An Appreciation: Architect Donald Wexler made Palm Springs modern

By the time Richard Neutra, R.M. Schindler and other modernist architects began making a noticeable mark on Los Angeles in the decades before World War II, a good number of the city's major public buildings were already in place.

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