Richard Neutra’s 1946 Kaufmann House, which appeared in “Poolside Gossip,” a popular 1970 photograph by Slim Aarons, has sold off-market for $13.06 million. Learn more in The Wall Street Journal.
The New York Times highlights Richard Neutra’s Loring House in the Hollywood Hills, which recently hit the market for $8 million.
A live auction has begun for the 1953 Auerbacher Home by Richard Neutra. Bidding starts at $750,000. Learn more through Zillow.
A January 4, 2022, article in The New Yorker showcases how Susan Sorrells, the chief custodian of Shoshone, has transformed a mining village into a model of ecologically conscious tourism. Learn more.
Institute president Dr. Raymond Neutra expresses concern about proposed dormitory at UC Santa Barbara without natural light, views, or natural ventilation.
RAYMOND RICHARD NEUTRA M.D. Dr. PHPresident, Neutra Institute for Survival Through Designwww.neutra.org Henry T YangChancellor UCSB5221 Cheadle HallSanta Barbara CA 93106 Dear Chancellor Yang, I am writing you to share my deep concern about the health consequences of the proposed artificially illuminated and ventilated dormitory that is being largely donated by Charles Munger. If indeed
This September 2021 New Yorker article by Alex Ross explores how Richard Neutra “perfected a signature Los Angeles look: houses that erase the boundary between inside and outside.”
Richard Neutra’s Plywood Demonstration/Brice Residence comes with a rich history. It last sold in 1950. Learn more.
Read more about this home by the Silver Lake Reservoir, envisioned as a house where grandparents would live and family reunions would take place.
In early May 2021, a 1955 Neutra-designed residence on the Riviera in Santa Barbara (1322 Dover Road) was severely damaged in a fire.
Eden, the California Garden & Landscape History Society’s quarterly journal, recently published an article by Barbara Lamprecht titled, “‘The Landscape Architect Cannot Come Later!’ Richard Neutra’s Faith in Landscape.”