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An Appreciation: Architect Donald Wexler made Palm Springs modern

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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.

Remembrances: Dion Neutra On Working With His Father, Richard, and Preserving the Neutra Legacy

Dion Neutra began working with his dad, Richard, at age 11, and and also devoted his life to design and architecture. All images via Dion Neutra unless otherwise noted. If you call the Neutra Museum in Los Angeles and get...

New to Market: Enjoy the Fantastic Ocean Views from Richard Neutra's Hees House, Asking $5.5M

Back on the market so soon, Hees House? The blufftop residence, designed in 1949 by master Modernist architect Richard Neutra last sold in June 2013 and has now returned with some new...

Home of the Day: Richard Neutra's blufftop Hees House hits the market

Known as the Hees House, this streamlined, glass-sheathed home in the Pacific Palisades was designed by modernist architect Richard Neutra and completed in 1950. Neutra's signature style is evident in the clean lines, open space and a stone hearth that divides the living and dining rooms. Walls...

Home of the Day: Richard Neutra's blufftop Hees House hits the market

Known as the Hees House, this streamlined, glass-sheathed home in the Pacific Palisades was designed by modernist architect Richard Neutra and completed in 1950. Neutra's signature style is evident in the clean lines, open space and a stone hearth that divides the living and dining rooms. Walls...

Curbed Philly: Why Doesn't Anyone Want Richard Neutra's Pitcairn House?

Another day, another price reduction for Richard Neutra's Pitcairn House, which now slashed another half a million off asking. Currently listed for $3,400,000, the six-bedroom, five-bath forested retreat was completed in 1962, and boasts a cantilevered staircase, double pan...

New to Market: NYPD Blue Creator Steven Bochco Selling Restored Richard Neutra in Encino For $5M

TV producer/writer/creator Steven Bochco gave the world hard-hitting dramas like NYPD Blue, LA Law, and Doogie Houser MD, and now he's giving us all another gift: a chance to own (or at...

Curbed LA: Feast Your Eyes on This 1948 Gregory Ain-designed Marvel

Photo courtesy of Deasy/Penner & Partners Trailblazing Los Angeles architect Gregory Ain apprenticed with Rudolph Schindler and Richard Neutra, and went on to have a huge impact on Modernist housing for the masses through projects like his Mar Vista tract...

New to Market: Restored 1948 Gregory Ain House in Mar Vista Tract Asks $1.3M

Hometown architectural hero Gregory Ain apprenticed with Rudolph Schindler and Richard Neutra, and went on to have a huge impact on Modernist housing for the masses through projects like his Mar Vista housing tract, in which this 1,450 square...

Home of the Day: Post-war modernism in Cahuenga Pass

The spirit of a bygone era lives on at this post-war home known as the Parr-Schoenfeld residence, designed by architect Lucille Raport, a student of Richard Neutra, and later captured by photographer Julius Shulman. On the market for the first time in more than two decades, the midcentury home...

Curbed LA: Piece of 1930s Los Angeles Design History on Sale for $1.7M

Jock Peters isn't exactly a household name, but there was a time when he sat on panels about architecture with his Modernist contemporaries Rudolph Schindler and Richard Neutra. Though Peters was a working architect, he first made a name...

New to Market: 1933 Los Feliz House by Bullock's Wilshire's Interior Designer Asking $1.7 Million

Jock Peters isn't exactly a household name, but there was a time when he sat on panels about architecture with his Modernist contemporaries Rudolph Schindler and Richard Neutra. Though Peters was a working architect, he first made a name...

Robert Schuller: A patron of modernist architecture

He began with a drive-in church designed by Richard Neutra located just three miles from Disneyland. Over time he added a telegenic cathedral by Philip Johnson and a shimmering, cylindrical "hospitality center," with an auditorium and cafe, by Richard Meier.

Sold Stuff: Devo Member Unloads His Restored Richard Neutra House

After a breezy less-than-two-months on the market, Devo member Gerald Casale just sold his landmarked Richard Neutra home in the Hollywood Hills for $3.4M, slightly below the asking price of $3.5M. Although...

Gerald Casale of Devo sells Richard Neutra trophy home

Gerald Casale of Devo fame has sold the Kun Residence in Hollywood Hills West for $3.4 million.

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....

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