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Louisiana Neutra Home For Sale — Design News

Originally built in 1950, this Shreveport, Louisiana home designed by Richard Neutra is on the market. Two additional floors were added to this modernist home a few years ago, but not without consulting Neutra's son, Dion, first. The asking price for the AIA award winning, now 5,137 square-foot home is $597,238. READ MORE »

Neutra Wire: Award-Winning Neutra Home Lists in Shreveport, of All Places

This six-bedroom house was built by Richard Neutra in Shreveport, Louisiana in 1950, and is the only home the modernist starchitect ever designed in this part of the country. It won an award of merit for its design from...

Neighbor Beefs: Preservationists Say Ugly Crossing Signal is Blighting Neutra's Modernist Masterpiece in Silver Lake

The crossing signal on Silver Lake Boulevard right in front of the Neutra VDL Research House, Modernist architect Richard Neutra's one-time studio and residence, was installed in 2011 for the seemingly innocuous purpose of helping people get across to...

Time of Our Lives: 92 Years of Architecture Through Time Magazine Covers

Photo via Time magazine For a long time (heh), when Time magazine was still relevant, it took it upon itself to introduce Americans to new architectural trends—Richard Neutra's California modernism, Buckminster Fuller's utopian prefabs, and Le Corbusier's industrial domesticity....

Time of Our Lives: 89 Years of Architecture Through Time Magazine Covers

Photo via Time Magazine For a long time (heh), when Time magazine was still relevant, it took it upon itself to introduce Americans to new architectural trends—Richard Neutra's California modernism, Buckminster Fuller's utopian prefabs, and Le Corbusier's industrial domesticity....

Neutra Wire: Prewar Neutra Home Restored by '80s Rocker Lists for $3.5M

Modernist architect Richard Neutra once called this 1936 house, built in the international style for the printer of the L.A. Examiner, his favorite of the period. Looking something like a modernist yacht,...

City of Angles: Devo Founder Selling Richard Neutra's Landmark Kun House

The landmark Joseph Kun Residence in Nichols Canyon—designed by the great Modernist architect Richard Neutra for Los Angeles Examiner printer Joseph Kun and finished in 1936—has come up for sale for the first time since wrapping up a thorough...

Gerald Casale of Devo puts his Neutra trophy home up for sale

Gerald Casale of Devo has listed his Richard Neutra-designed house in Hollywood Hills West at $3.5 million.

Home of the Day: In good company on Glendower

2 months agoSports / Baseball : Dodgers Now

A steep stairway leads up to this 1949 Traditional, which sits on the same street as Frank Lloyd Wright’s Ennis House and Richard Neutra’s Wirin House in Los Feliz. The four-bedroom residence makes the most of its lofted setting with a large bay window in the living room and a...

On the Market: Pristine 1960 Richard Neutra Design is All Yours for $2.3M

Photos via Crosby Doe Associates The Kambara Residence, a two-level house designed by celebrated modernist Richard Neutra has listed for the first time ever, and, like many of one of the midcentury master's house designs to have hit the market...

Home of the Week: Two-house compound bordering forest in La Crescenta

5 months agoSports / Baseball : Dodgers Now

City and mountain views create a backdrop for dramatic cactus gardens at a two-house compound bordering the Angeles National Forest in La Crescenta. Modernist architect Richard Neutra designed the 1950s glass-walled home, which became a guesthouse when a larger seven-sided contemporary designed...

Richard Neutra Bunkbeds Are Back In Stock

Kids! They just keep growing up. The bunkbeds Richard Neutra designed in 1959 for the Singleton House in Bel-Air, which got ripped out by Vidal Sassoon's upgrade-mad wife, and sold in 2009, have apparently been outgrown, and are heading back to auction next month. Amazingly, after five years, they look exactly the same, right down to the puppy. Show More Summary

On the Market: Richard Neutra's Favorite Place to Nap Wants $2.15M

The recently glut of for-sale L.A.-County homes by midcentury master (and one-time Simpsons reference) Richard Neutra has yielded up some weird offerings, among them an updated glassy affair with an "added day spa," a neglected four-bedroom that's both "a...

New to Market: Richard Neutra on the Market for the First Time in Palos Verdes

Here's a chance to be the second-ever owner of a mid-century modern house designed by Richard Neutra, commissioned for the Kilbury family and built in Palos Verdes Estates in 1958. (The real...

Neutra Wire: A splendid 1953 residence by midcentury...

A splendid 1953 residence by midcentury master Richard Neutra is up for sale in L.A.—and, what's more, the property's actually an architectural twofer. More than five decades after the Dorothy Serulnic Residence was built, owners commissioned a second structure, a...

Neutra Wire: Richard Neutra Property Comes With Bonus 7-Sided House

There's an architectural twofer happening in L.A. right now, where the 1953 Dorothy Serulnic Residence by midcentury master (and cursory Simpsons joke) Richard Neutra is up for sale, paired as it is with a seven-sided "series of triangles and...

Starchitecture for Sale: Say It Ain't Subdivisions for This Neglected 1955 Neutra

The nearly year-long string of really, really, ridiculously good-looking homes by midcentury master (and passing Simpsons reference) Richard Neutra hitting the market has ground to an unceremonious halt with this four-bedroom in West Covina. The listing doth protest too...

Neutra Earth Day: Modern architect Richard Neutra, known for...

Modern architect Richard Neutra, known for merging architecture with its surroundings, got his start with the Jardinette Apartments, a 1927 building in Los Angeles originally intended to house the city's growing population of movie stars. In honor of Neutra Earth...

Curbed Features: Remembering Richard Neutra's First U.S. Commission

Modern architect Richard Neutra and New York developer Joseph H. Miller met at a Hollywood party in 1927. Neutra had experience as a city architect in Luckenwalde, Germany, and as a landscape gardener in Zurich. He had a green...

New to Market: Petite 1949 Modern in Pasadena's Poppy Peak Asking $675k

Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Pasadena's Poppy Peak district contains an abundance of excellent modern architecture by well-known practitioners such as Richard Neutra; Buff, Straub & Hensman; and Harwell...

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