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...
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...
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.
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...
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
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
Walls of windows and views across the hills Well look what we have here: It’s one of Richard Neutra’s gravity-defying stilt houses newly arrived on the market. The influential modernist built a row of 20 such homes in 1966, near theShow More Summary
“On a parklike 3.5-acre setting” Well, well, well, if it isn’t the J.M. Roberts Residence! Welcome back, old chum. Things were looking a little dicey for the Richard Neutra-designed midcentury modern when it last came to market in 2014,...Show More Summary
Long a Modernist must-see on Silver Lake Boulevard, the Richard Neutra-designed VDL Research House was named one of 24 new National Historic Landmarks today by the U.S. Department of the Interior. Built in 1932, the glass box overlooking the now-empty reservoir is a classic example of Midcentury...
Neutra lived here for decades An architectural treasure in Silver Lake just got a big national shout out and some hefty recognition: The Richard Neutra-designed VDL Studio and Residences was named a National Historic Landmark. The former home and workspace of the famed architect was one of 24 landmarks across the country recognized today, the U.S. Show More Summary
Richard Neutra built the house for his family in 1932. [ more › ]
It was built in 1964 Richard Neutra, the Austrian-American architect known for his modernist buildings, most of them in Southern California, spent his last years in Europe, where he designed eight villas and two residential developments...Show More Summary
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
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...
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
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
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
Many of his most famous buildings were designed in this very office. [ more › ]
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
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