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.”
Iconic Houses features the pivotal role Dione Neutra played in her husband Richard’s work.
See Richard Neutra’s 1969 Delcourt House in Croix, France, featured in the TV series Les Petits Meurtres d’Agatha Christie, a French adaptation of the classic Christie tales.
A Message From the Curator Dulce Stein The Institute has made the Neutra Museum space available to me without cost so that I can offer it as an art and culture space for emerging and establish creatives individuals and groups to exhibit their art, poetry, music and cultural heritage. Also as a safe space to
In the spring of 1969, at the urging of Vice President Hubert Humphrey, the Smithsonian Museum mounted an exhibition of my father’s work and ideas. Characteristically my father enlisted me, a young physician studying epidemiology at Harvard School of Public Health in thinking how this might be done. I developed a series of slides including
On January 18, 2020, members of the families of three of his marriages and his blood relatives converged from across the United States and Mexico to break bread and reminisce at the Neutra Museum and then to play music and catch up with each other’s lives at the Neutra VDL studio and residences. On January