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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...

Starchitects of Public Housing: KCET's Artbound takes a look at...

KCET's Artbound takes a look at LA's most beautifully designed public housing, from the recent Michael Maltzan Skid Row apartments to some projects dating back to the late thirties. Who knew Paul Revere Williams and Richard Neutra collaborated (with other...

Flipping Out: Updated 1942 Neutra in Brentwood Flipping For $7.195 Million

This Brentwood showpiece by the great modernist architect Richard Neutra came on the market early last year for the first time in more than twenty years and it sold in August for...

Neutra Wire: 1942 Richard Neutra Design With Glass Walls Asks $7.2M

The latest in a blessedly long string of listings designed by midcentury modern honcho (and Simpsons joke) Richard Neutra is this brick-moated dollop of 1942 real estate asking $7.195M in Los Angeles....

Neutra Wire: The latest design issue of Frontiers...

The latest design issue of Frontiers magazine features a profile on Calif.'s Mid-Century architecture history, with a heavy emphasis on the contributions of Richard Neutra. The mag takes a look at the celebrated starchitect's (slightly) lesser-known furniture designs—some of which...

Richard Neutra’s Elegant Mid-Century Pitcairn House on the Market for $6 Million

Completed in 1962, the spacious six-bedroom home with amazing views of the surrounding woods is known for modernist details that blend the home into its environment. Clad in natural stone work, PPG double pane thermal floor-to-ceiling window panes allow residents

Neutra Wire: Over at Curbed National there's a...

Over at Curbed National there's a look at legendary modernist Richard Neutra's Pitcairn House, which was just listed for $6M. Built in 1962 on a site that Neutra picked out himself, the six-bedroom home sits on 10 acres in Bryn...

On the Market: Richard Neutra's 1962 Pitcairn House Wants $6M

Designed by prolific modernist legend and one-time Simpsons reference Richard Neutra, the Pitcairn House enjoys a few perks that Neutra's urban designs forego; complete privacy, for one, and through floor-to-ceiling panes of...

Preservation Watch: The owners of Richard Neutra's 1961...

The owners of Richard Neutra's 1961 Linn House in L.A.'s Hollywood Hills have switched gears from trying to sell (or rent) the place to seeking historic-cultural monument status through the city. Curbed LA has more on the preservation efforts, this...

Landmarking: Neutra's Linn House Seeks Historic-Cultural Monument Status

The Linn House, a Richard Neutra-designed angular number that's a well-known example of the mid-century-modern architect's "post and beam boxcars," has been on something of a real estate roller coaster in the...

Metropolitan Flops: Here Now, a Look at Eight Utterly Failed Pop-Up Cities

Photo via Getty Images In recent years it seems many high-flying architects have eschewed regular residential design—the very stuff that made names for the likes of John Lautner, Richard Neutra, and more—in favor of grand schemes that float like lily...

Preservation Watch: One of last year's biggest preservation...

One of last year's biggest preservation losses came when Richard Neutra's Cyclorama in Gettysburg, Pa., lost its bid against the wrecking ball, but now fans of the midcentury architect are hoping to save the 1958 Connell House from demolition. Head...

Year in Curbed 2013: Mapping the Biggest Preservation Wins and Losses of 2013

Photo via Gothamist This year was not the greatest to be an architecturally significant midcentury structure. Not only did Richard Neutra's Gettysburg Cyclorama building get battle-axed, but also Chicago's Old Prentice Women's Hospital (a Brutalist icon) and—sniffle—JFK airport's 1960 Pan...

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