Richard Neutra’s architecture possesses a unique blend of structure and surroundings. He pioneered a holistic brand of modernism which incorporated both the ragged lines of a landscape and the 20th century’s sleek surfaces and pared down geometries. The Kaufmann House, Nesbitt House, and Lovell House—set on a landscaped hill with views of the Pacific Ocean and Santa Monica Mountains—are the epitome of that blend of art, landscape, and living comfort. This book presents the defining projects of Neutra’s career. Written by Barbara Lamprecht. Edited by Peter Gössel.
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