Includes Richard Neutra and Other California Modern Architects, with photos and brief reviews of the VDL Research House, Flavin House, O’Hara House.
A site that connects consumers, both commercial and residential, to steel building experts in their area.
The International Commitee for the Documentation and Conservation of buildings, sites and neighbourhoods of the Modern Mouvement
A thorough list of websites related to Frank Lloyd Wright and his work
Designed by the Neutra firm (1975) providing library and cultural services to the people of Southern California since 1909.
Features numerous Neutra projects.
Photos and addresses of Neutra buildings in Los Angeles.
A good article (sans graphics, unfortunately, in the on-line version) from the September 7, 1998 edition of Forbes.
Real Estate Specialists, Architecture properties expert in Palm Springs. He has deep ties within the mid-century modern design community.
Recently designated as a Blue Ribbon School by the U.S. Department of Education.
Lists architectural properties for sale or rent, in an effort to find sympathetic buyers for properties that might otherwise be torn down. The site also offers vast resources for information about architects and buildings.
Provides on-line access to a wealth of information about the building and construction industry.
Dedicated to providing its members with opportunities to learn about and experience the rich architectural heritage of Southern California and beyond.
includes a compilation of history, images, documentation and scheduled tours. Sponsored by the College of Environmental Design, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
Covers “art, architecture, and construction for the new millennium,” with Neutra-related features such as a page on the great photographer Julius Shulman.
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